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Maryland Coalition for Inclusive Education (MCIE)
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Learning Together to Live Together
Learning Together to Live Together

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Xu Su Qiong is a lecturer at Chonqqing Normal University in Guangyuan, in the Sichuan Province in China. She visited MCIE in recent months. Read her experience here: "However, when I participated into MCIE’s meetings with local school districts and schools, I began to believe that full inclusion is possible."
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"The federal government will increase funding for special education and allocate money to address the needs of caregivers as part of a spending bill." The bill, passed by the Senate and House, is expected to be signed into law.
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A personalized learning toolkit jammed with resources for educators!
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A feature on Dan Habib, his son Samuel, and Dan's films about inclusive education for students with disabilities, the most recent of which is "Intelligent Lives"
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Check out the recent presentation from the Technical Assistance Center for PBIS, "Keynote- Integrating Mental Health Within a School-Wide System of PBIS: Systems Practices, Data," available to download on their "what's new" page:
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Advocacy group calls for review of seclusion rooms in Alberta schools | CBC News
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The future should be accessible. "Think design," says this blog post:
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Paula Kluth talks about her biggest inclusion influences, her best advice for new educators, the benefits of “learning by doing,” and more here:
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Ontario Human Rights Commissioner: "It’s time we rethink how we can truly support and include all children, while maintaining positive learning and working environments."
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"Ontario’s education system needs to modernize its approach to supporting disabled students at every age level and do more to eliminate persistent barriers they face in school, the province’s human rights commission said Wednesday [...]

'The current model for special education starts from a premise of exceptionality or the idea that students with disabilities are the exception to ‘the normal’ student,' Mandhane said in an interview. 'We need to start, from the beginning, designing inclusively rather than relying on one-off accommodations to deal with the varied needs that students have.'"
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