It's time to think about Inclusion + IEPs differently to help students receive an appropriate education that truly prepares them for further education, employment, and independent living.
1. Inclusion is an experience, not a place.
2. Inclusion should be centered on strengths & reflect the real world.
3. Inclusion needs to be a written plan inside of the IEP Ready for more?
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If you sit at an IEP table, this checklist is for you! Parents, teachers, therapists and support team members... you can all use this tool for your next IEP meeting!