Tenn. district launches inclusive preschool classes

The Franklin Special School District in Tennessee is launching inclusive special-education preschool classes this fall. Each elementary school in the district will host one inclusive preschool class, in which four students without disabilities will act as peer role models. "These peers have the unique opportunity to learn at an early age the value of differences in people and the value of acceptance and understanding," said special-populations supervisor Beth Herren.

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