Texas middle school supports inclusion through agriculture program

12/13/2012 | San Angelo Standard-Times (Texas)

Students with and without disabilities at Lincoln Middle School in San Angelo, Texas, are working together in the school's new agricultural science program. The FARM program -- Fostering Acceptance, Respect and Maturity -- that pairs students with disabilities with general-education students aims to provide more opportunities for inclusive education and social-skills development.

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