Unified sports thrive in some Maryland schools

11/11/2011 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

An unified tennis program at Walkersville High School in Frederick County, Md., allows students with and without disabilities to play competitive sports together. The program started two years ago after Maryland became the first state to enact the landmark Fitness and Athletics Equity for Students with Disabilities Law. Now, all 10 high schools in the county feature unified teams in sports such as bocce ball, track and tennis.

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