You might be surprised by the most compelling reason filmmaker Dan Habib makes for inclusive education in his TEDx AmoskeagMillyard talk (Hint: it’s not about his son, Samuel!)
The U.S. Department of Education reports that 56% of U.S. students with developmental or intellectual disabilities spend their entire day in special education classrooms.
Habib (creator of the documentary films Including Samuel and Who Cares About Kelsey?) used his 18-minute TEDx talk to make a powerful case for ending the systemic segregation of students with disabilities.
TEDx events are independently produced and based on the TED agenda “to make great ideas accessible and spark conversation.”
Watch the video HERE and please share it with your social and professional networks!