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What My Son With Down Syndrome's Shoes Can Teach Us About Inclusion

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Our school district is slowly moving towards inclusion as the rule, not just an exception that parents need to fight really hard for.

I believe our son Daxon is the first child with Down syndrome that his first-grade teacher has ever had in her General Ed classroom.

One of the “problems” she brought to our attention was that Daxon takes his shoes off in the classroom as it was a hardship for her to have to put them back on every time they left the classroom.

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