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Off the Page #10: Are “Coffee Carts” Inclusive?

Posted on June 09, 2019 in Inclusion

Do you have a coffee cart at your school? These little businesses are popping up at schools across the country and many of them are run by students with disabilities. Some of them are even created in the name of meaningfully including students with disabilities in the life of the school, but is the coffee cart inclusive? Watch my latest “Off the Page” offering to find out my opinion on this popular ritual and on a few others commonly offered in K-12 schools.

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