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Costalas Anna, Johnson Jennifer, Labas Linda, Morris Sandra L., Bruder Mary Beth, 07 September, 2016
This webinar discusses the role of early childhood workforce professional development in the area of support for young children with disabilities via inclusion. Presenters explore ways in which inclusion practices and principles can be embedded into…
Rausch Alissa, Rudisill Shannon, Kavulic Christy L., Bires Carie, Berman Karen, 01 June, 2016
This webinar discusses inclusion services for young children with special needs in terms of quality, access, participation, and support. Presenters examine current policy opportunities and strategies designed to improve and expand high-quality…
Doggett Libby, Franczkowski Marcella, Vorobey Nancy, Parker Jennifer, Rogers Kate B., Catlett Camille, McCarthy Katie, Viviani Lauren, Pond Chris, 14 April, 2016
This webinar examines recommendations for state action as outlined in the Policy Statement on Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs. State teams from Maryland, Vermont, and Massachusetts discuss their states'…
Smith Linda K., Strain Phillip S., 18 February, 2016
This webinar provides an overview of research findings supporting preschool inclusion and examines some of the beliefs that present barriers to inclusive education implementation. Program elements found in successful inclusion models are highlighted…