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Opening The Doors Of Tomorrow Today

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Introduces educators to the benefits of inclusion for students with developmental disabilities, in particular, Down syndrome. Karen Gaffney shares her experience growing up with Down syndrome and gives examples of how teachers successfully supported her in mainstream education. Presents the keys to successful inclusion from the student's point of view: positive attitudes, educational support, high expectations, clear goals, opportunities to shine, and friendships.

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