There is No Place Called Inclusion

 “Inclusion is not a student, a classroom, or a school.  Rather, inclusion is a belief that ALL students regardless of labels, should be members of the general education community.”  This perspective of Dr. Cathy Pratt is articled in the insightful article titled There is No Place Called Inclusion.  The author promotes the premise that “good schools are good schools for all” and central to creating inclusive schools is education training, peer support and adequate level of support.

This article is featured on the website of the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community.  Since its inception in 1970, this organization has been committed to providing information and services that promote communities that are accessible to and inclusive of people with disabilities.

To learn more about the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community and to view the article by Dr. Pratt, click here