Students of all abilities benefit from cross-school program

A program in a California school district is pairing students from two adjoining schools -- one of which serves students with disabilities -- for structured before-school activities. In its second year, the Circle of Friends program presents an opportunity for students with disabilities to spend time in an inclusive setting at school and allows the students who are not disabled to develop an understanding and awareness about people with disabilities.

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