* Segregation or association of like minded people — Lessons from my daughter

This dad writes about the value of finding friends and sitting with them at lunchtime, even if all the friends have special needs.   Teachers in elementary (and many middle schools) have more leeway in helping kids include one another, so please take advantage of that while you can.  And yes, that may include kids with challenges ALL sitting together.  

Originally posted on Lessons from my daughter: In a high school cafeteria. Why is it that a table of football players is just that! A table of guys who play football together, they share a hobby which makes them spend time together so at lunch they sit together. Same goes for the cheerleaders. And so…

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