Video helps school teach disability awareness

Some parents of students with special needs at Valders Middle School in Wisconsin created a 20-minute video to help raise awareness among students about children with disabilities. The parents, who are part of the school district's Parent Advisory Committee for Children With Disabilities, included footage from interviews with four parents of children with disabilities, as well as a slide show of the children as part of the project, which is being integrated into the school's anti-bullying curriculum.

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