Preschool program at Arizona school benefits students of all abilities

A Tempe, Ariz., elementary school offers an inclusive preschool program that serves students with and without special needs. Both groups of students are able to learn from the other, their teacher Lori Conroy said, as students without disabilities become familiar with diversity and students with special needs receive support and encouragement from their peers. Some students have had the special-needs designation removed following their completion of the program, Conroy said.

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