My Son Belongs in Your Child’s Class
Maureen Rich Wallace
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“ … effective inclusion requires that an entire community embrace the philosophy and collaborate. Charlie’s seamless integration among his peers cannot end on the school’s front stoop.” — Bravo! By the time Charlie’s ready to graduate from high school, the path he can take for a “seamless integration” into the work place should be in place.

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