Learning about disabilities fosters social acceptance, decreases bullying
by Sharita Forrest
Jun 06, 2011
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Kindergartners who listen to stories about their similarities with children who have disabilities and engage in activities with peers who have special needs are more socially accepting, develop better communication skills and are less likely to engage in bullying behaviors, according to a new study by two special education professors. Read entire article...