TASH seeks to transform school communities based on social justice principles in which all students (a) are presumed competent, (b) are welcomed as valued members of all general education classes and extra-curricular activities in their local schools, (c) fully participate and learn alongside their same age peers in general education instruction based on the general education curriculum and (d) experience reciprocal social relationships.
Inclusive Education Initiatives and Resources
TASH Inclusive Education Resolutions
TASH has resolutions on the following Inclusive Education-related topics: Quality Inclusive Education | Post Secondary Education | Educating Young Children with Significant Disabilities | Paraeducator Employment, Roles, Preparation and Supervision | Teacher Education | Related Services | Preparation of Related Services Personnel for Work in Educational Settings
TASH’s Endrew F. Initiative
How has the Supreme Court’s Endrew F. v. Douglas County School Dist. RE–1 decision (2017) affected the rights of students with disabilities? What should your school be doing differently? Learn more at TASH’s Endrew F. Initiative.