We believe that all children can and will learn when given the opportunity.
We believe that inclusion is more than a buzzword or something nice to do. It is the key to access and equity in school and beyond.
We believe that low expectations are the biggest barriers to learning.
We believe that students with disabilities learn to speak up and speak out by watching their parents do the same.
We believe that parents can forge strong partnerships with educators and administrators to ensure meaningful education for all learners.
We believe that students without identified disabilities benefit from inclusive practices just as much as students with disabilities do.
We believe that access and equity in our schools results in strong, resilient communities that recognize and value the contributions of all.