Join schools from across the city on December 2nd at the Sixth Annual Inclusive Education Student Summit.
Participating students will demonstrate how they are Champions of Inclusion by celebrating the commitment of past, present and future champions of inclusion, learning about the history and importance of IDEA and ADA, engaging in dialogue about inclusive education, and sharing projects they have designed and implemented in their schools community that are models of inclusive practices.
Each school schould designate:
- 2-5 students who will function as Inclusion Ambassadors, developing the project for your school and leading the inclusive practices in the school. These should be a mix of students with and without disabilities, who are able to act as ambassadors for inclusion throughout the school year.
- 1-2 staff members who will function as Inclucion Facilitators, guiding and supporting the Inclusion Ambassadors with their project and their work throughout the school year. This Inclusion Facilitator will also serve as the point of contact for the Summit and should not be the principal.
To learn more, visit the Summit's webpage. Once you have registered, someone from the Summit Planning Team will be in touch with your Inclusion Facilitator with next steps.