Program has helped reduce bullying, Mich. officials say

03/28/2013 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

School officials in a Michigan district say Project Unify -- a partnership between the district and Special Olympics Michigan -- has helped create a more welcoming environment for students with disabilities after just one year of implementation. Inclusive events so far have included after-school activities such as bowling, a tail-gate party and a school dance.

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