Access to the Curriculum - Part 4

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"Great programs recognize and demand purpose in all learning tasks so no time is wasted on meaningless, frustrating, energy draining activities that dead end once the work is complete. Great programs challenge barriers and speculation in an effort to build inclusive philosophies, where individuals with and without disabilities learn and work together, so they can learn to live together." This final segment in the series discusses great program features impacting learning and life for students with intense disabilities.

Access to the Curriculum

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