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In a fast-paced and challenging keynote presentation, educator Norman Kunc explores the attitudes, assumptions, and fears that prevent students with disabilities from being included into regular classrooms.
He maintains that our current emphasis on achievement, tracking, and segregation leads most, if not all students to see their membership in school and their "sense of belonging" as something which must be earned. A central tenet of inclusive education is that belonging is an inherent need of all people and must not be reserved solely for the "best of us." Learning to value and work with a diversity of people is the first step in building an education system which fosters a sense of belonging among students and staff. Inclusive education may prove to be a vital catalyst in this process.
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- | You'll find a Special Needs Project popup bookstore at these events.
- | These are webinars.