in•clu•sion \in-ˈklü-zhən\ noun. 1) the belief that all kids can belong and participate 2) the act of making sure that no child sits on the sidelines.
85% of children with disabilities showed improvement in self-esteem
89% of children with disabilities participated in most or all activities
ALL kids can participate. ALL kids can be successful. ALL kids can make a friend.
83% of children with disabilities made new friends


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