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An inclusive educational system, including colleges and universities that provide appropriate services to accommodate students with disabilities, is a vital part of creating a culture in which all people are seen as equal participants in society. Other category archives, along with past entries sorted by date and tag, can be accessed via the sitemap.

It’s Never Too Late

An essay by Kate Goldfield: I started out college fully confident that it would be the solution to all my problems, but found this was anything but the case. After struggling for a few years, though, I began to make the social connections that I had always dreamed of....

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Succeeding In College On The Autistic Spectrum

An essay by Kate Goldfield: Living on campus? Interacting with other people? Being away from home? It can sound like a nightmare to many people. But if you know a few things before you start, it can become a very manageable prospect......

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General Inclusive Education Makes Everyone a Winner

ASAN President Ari Ne'eman gave his views at the Board of Freeholders meeting in Middlesex County, New Jersey, advocating the funding of inclusion programs and opposing the construction of two new segregated schools for students with disabilities....

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