Inclusion of persons with disabilities
Inclusion refers to fully including people with disabilities, regardless of the type or severity of disability, in their communities so that they experience no physical or attitudinal barriers as they pursue their personal goals in education, housing, employment, and all other activities of daily living.
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Making our voices heard in our nation’s capitol
I count myself very fortunate to have been able to attend the annual Disability Policy Seminar in Washington, D.C., again this year, March 20-22, and to make visits to our Tennessee Congressional Delegation on Capitol Hill. As we chanted at the Seminar: “This is what democracy looks like.”
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Erik Carter, Ph.D.
Cornelius Vanderbilt Chair and Professor of Special Education
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Ph.D.
Professor of Special Education
Naomi Tyler, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor of Special Education
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