N.M. preschools offer inclusive programs for students of all abilities

Two preschools in Farmington, N.M., offer integrated programs serving children with and without disabilities. The schools have low student-teacher ratios and the students learn alongside each other in small groups, besides receiving services such as speech-language and other therapies. "The kids learn as much from each other as they do from us," principal Bill Knight said.

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