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Kristin Wiens on Twitter: "New Graphic! 😊 “My Inclusion ABC’s” Inspired by our Education Assistant students and our EA colleagues. I am grateful everyday for your dedication, knowledge and passion for supporting students. #Inclusion #SD62learns #SD62EA Download: https://t.co/tuPsugWZJn… https://t.co/oi8k3QW095"

“New Graphic! 😊 “My Inclusion ABC’s” Inspired by our Education Assistant students and our EA colleagues. I am grateful everyday for your dedication, knowledge and passion for supporting students. #Inclusion #SD62learns #SD62EA Download: https://t.co/tuPsugWZJn”

Kathryn Wahl, Director of the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Inclusion Collaborative Department, leads a session on the importance of inclusion.

Kathryn Wahl, Director of the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Inclusion Collaborative Department, leads a session on the importance of inclusion.

Tricia Ebarvia asks the question, "How inclusive is your classroom library really?" and shares eight questions to ask yourself to help you reflect. // Blog by Heinemann

Tricia Ebarvia asks the question, "How inclusive is your classroom library really?" and shares eight questions to ask yourself to help you reflect. // Blog by Heinemann

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This is an awesome art project for teachers. Ask your kids to pick a color for their finger print - then make a class mural with everyone's colorful fingerprints - and put this headline on it! Email me your results at my site! www.notsalmon.com

Here are 20 quotes about being different and being yourself and celebrating diversity and inclusion. You gotta enjoy what makes you unique.

Free printable! Inclusion poster, Fair is Not Always Equal. | inclusive education, special education, teaching students with disabilities

First, a big thank you to everyone who commented on last week’s “Why do you support inclusion?” post. We got wonderful, diverse answers from so many passionate inclusion advocates, and your reasons were a joy to read. Because all kids deserve the best. Because diversity is beautiful. Because together we are better. Because it works. […]