Calif. district opens library that offers resources about disabilities

08/28/2013 | Noozhawk.com (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)

The Santa Barbara Unified School District in California has opened a Parent Resource Center that has books, videos and other materials for parents, teachers and students to use to learn more about disabilities. General-education teachers can check out materials about including students with disabilities in their classes. Students can find novels featuring characters with disabilities plus resources about life after high school.

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Noozhawk.com (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)

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