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DATE CHANGE TO NOV 18
As our classrooms have become more and more diverse, inclusive practices have moved into the mainstream of what is considered best educational practice.
We know from the research that individual children with disabilities benefit from being included; but so do their classmates.
Join us for a discussion of the philosophy of inclusion and how today’s successful teachers weave inclusive practices into their classroom planning and instruction to support all of their students.
Presented by Paula Lieb, Director of New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education (NJCIE)
Hosted by Middletown Township Friends of Different Learners
Our goal for 2013/2014 is to work with the district to create a community of supported inclusion for our students with learning differences
When & Where
Middletown Township Friends of Different Learners
Our network of parents support a spectrum of learning differences including ADHD, dyslexia, behavior issues, and a wide range of specific disabilities.
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