Preventing Exclusions For Children On The Autism Spectrum

Exclusions are a common theme for children with some form of Autism. Catriona Moore says the shocking figures can be reversed with some considered reforms to school practice

“Inclusion is not simply about physical proximity. It is about intentionally planning for the success of all students (1).”

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