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5 Tips for Parents Advocating for Inclusion

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Is Inclusion Optional? Nope. Not Optional. It’s the Law. Was inclusion discussed at your student’s last IEP meeting?

Maybe it was mentioned, but you were told it wasn’t an option because of your student’s needs (can’t keep up with curriculum, challenging behavior, non-verbal, not toilet-trained)?

Perhaps your school said they don’t have the resources to offer inclusion because they are a (rural/urban/suburban/big/small) district?

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