AAPS Link: At Wines Elementary, inclusion is `just who we are’


Inclusion is so built into the culture at Wines Elementary, it’s hard to spot it when you see it.

People sometimes think of inclusion as something out of the ordinary; as an outsider entering in to a new situation, says Principal David DeYoung. “But we don’t see it as that,” he says. “We see it as: You are part of the community. And—like everyone else—you bring your own needs to the classroom. Everyone gets what they need. Some kids need different things.”

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