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Everyone Belongs in our Schools

A Parent's Handbook on Inclusive Education

By Kulusic, Tamara with De Long, Karen; Appleby, Deb; Gardiner, Cindy; Konowalchuk, Sandra; Lalji, Freida; Schuman, Clair


This online document presents information to help parents understand how the school system works, and their roles, rights, and responsibilities within it. It also discusses various strategies on how to advocate effectively to support a child's education.

Inclusion BC is a federation of community agencies, individuals with developmental disabilities, and their family members. The organization aims to “enhance the lives of children and youth with special needs, adults with developmental disabilities, and their families by supporting abilities, promoting action and advancing rights, responsibilities and social justice.” [Website]

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Inclusion BC
British Columbia, Canada

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