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Inclusion in 21st CCLC Environments: Putting Laws into Practice, Supporting All Students, Including Students with Disabilities in 21st CCLC Programs.
Develop strategies to create and manage inclusive 21st CCLC programs that meaningfully include students with disabilities. Learn how to manage the legal regulations and how Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) can inform student activities.
Tools, Strategies and resources made available during the presentation.
The mission of Kids Included Together (KIT) is to provide learning opportunities that support recreation, child development and youth enrichment programs to include children with and without disabilities in out-of-school time programs. KIT offers diverse training resources under the National Training Center on Inclusion. KIT is noted for their high quality work and provides many additional inclusion resources.
These resources are courtesy of the California Department of Education - that allows free dissemination of the materials referenced in this section of the California After School Resource Center Web site. We are indebted to those who created works we adapted for use in Before and After School Programs and the attributions provided should be used whenever this material is used. All work was developed with public funds and may not be used for commercial purposes.
For more information on this topic, email Raquel Gwynn or call (503) 947-5785.
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