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Web Sites With Inclusion Resources
http://www.inclusion.com. The Web site of Inclusion Press, Inclusion Network, and the Marsha Forest Centre, in Toronto. The Web site includes books, videos, articles, planning and training tools, and many other resources. It offers Making Inclusion Work, a free Ezine on working with inclusion that highlights new developments, tools, and stories that might be helpful, along with contact information for network associates who can offer assistance.
http://ici.umn.edu. The Web site of the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota. It includes a catalog of over 300 publications (many available for downloading at no cost); specialized Web pages about transition, e-mentoring, paraprofessional development, educational policy, social inclusion, and person-centered supports; information on Institute projects, listservs, and training; and links to disability resources nationwide.
http://www.nichcy.org. The Web site of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities. It includes a wide array of publications for teachers, parents, students, and others, in English and Spanish. Categories include information on specific disabilities, IDEA, news for parents and educators, research briefs, resource lists, student guides to the IEP process and jobs, transition, and resources from other organizations.
http://www.familyvillage.wisc.edu. The Web site of the Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. The site includes information and resources for persons with disabilities, their families, and those providing services and supports across the lifespan. The Family Village School section includes resources on early intervention, assistive technology, IDEA and other education laws, inclusive/special education, IEPs, educational advocacy, and more.
http://rushservices.com/Inclusion. The Web site, titled Inclusion...Yours, Mine, Ours, sponsored by the Florida Inclusion Network. It includes information for parents and classroom teachers, co-teaching models, success stories, strategies for challenging behaviors, and an extensive list of books and journal articles.
http://www.uni.edu/coe/inclusion. The inclusion Web site of the Department of Special Education, University of Northern Iowa. It is for general and special educators, parents, and school staff, and includes information on teacher competencies, teaching strategies, preparing for inclusion, legal requirements, and inclusion resources.
Citation: Gaylord, V., Vandercook, T., and York-Barr, J. (Eds.). (2003). Impact: Feature Issue on Revisiting Inclusive K-12 Education, 16(1) [online]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration. Available from http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/161.
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