Fostering Inclusion to Support Students with Disabilities

18 Nov Fostering Inclusion to Support Students with Disabilities

Congratulations to Fife High School in Washington State for winning a national award for fostering inclusion to support students with disabilities.

Gov. Jay Inslee congratulated Fife High School students and educators Wednesday during a school assembly for winning a national award, saying all Washington schools need to follow Fife’s lead and embrace the spirit of inclusivity. ESPN and Special Olympics chose Fife High School as one of the top five schools in the nation that uphold the 10 national standards for student inclusion. A “unified school” is a school where students with and without disabilities play together.

Fostering inclusion is about creating a sense of belonging and increasing student access to high-quality instruction for students with disabilities.

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