“Remove every obstacle as it comes”: An inclusion success story
Autism, Behavior, Developmental disabilities & delays, Inclusion, Learning disabilities & delays
The Inclusion Lab
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We love the philosophy of inclusive education—but we love it even better when we see it in action. Success stories are one of the best ways to convince skeptics that inclusion works, and that’s why the Inclusion Lab features the triumphs of real-life families and teachers whenever we can.
I heard from Jennifer Miller, mom of a son with autism, who related the details of their inclusion journey. I’m excited to share their story (If you have an inclusion success story of your own, just hit the “Submit a Story” tab at the top of this page and tell us a little about your experience—if we choose your story to feature, we’ll send you a mini-library of inclusion books from Brookes!)Read the blog post