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Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 6:30p

Early Childhood Journey: What Makes Inclusion Work in Early Childhood Education?

Featured Presenter: Bridget Brown

Bridget Brown is a young woman with Down Syndrome who inspires everyone she meets. She encourages people to DWELL IN THE POSSIBILITIES. She was the first student with a disability included in her school district and was fully included throughout her educational journey. Bridget is a national speaker and a strong advocate of inclusive education and community based living. She has her own advocacy organization called Butterflies for Change & she dreams of a world where all children can live full and inclusive lives.

Additional Presenters:

Christine Fuller, District 123, Early Learning Supervisor
Emily Ropars, Least Restrictive Environment Specialist with Early Choices; ISBE
Talin Tokat, Inclusion Specialist with Early Choices; ISBE

Join the presentation by heading to meet.google.com/qwn-sypr-gdu on May 6, 2021 at 6:30 pm

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