Today on the pod, we bring you a special remixed episode from 2019, my interview with Julie Causton, founder of Inclusive Schooling. We discuss six strategies for families advocating for their children to be included in general education classrooms. To start the episode, the story of Sam, a young man with Down syndrome, who went from spending all of this time in a segregated special education classroom to being included in general education.


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Originally published as Remix: Julie Causton | Six Inclusive Education Advocacy Strategies for Families at The Think Inclusive Podcast

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