Tomorrow Is Too Long to Wait for Inclusion

Young Man With An Autistic Twin Brother Makes Documentary About The History Of Special Education

EDUCATE-ABLE- A History of Educating Children With Disabilities in America - YouTube.clipular (2)It is not often you see a young man with such a passion for inclusive education. It is my pleasure to introduce you to Miles Kredich, a teenager with a twin brother who has autism. Watch this short (8 minute) documentary that gives a history of special education and gives a great case for inclusive education. Share this widely with your social networks.

Did Miles make a good case for inclusive education? Tell us what you think in the comments section below!
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Tim Villegas

Founder and Curator-At-Large at Think Inclusive
Tim Villegas has worked in the field of special education and with people with disabilities for over ten years. Tim has turned his passion for blogging and promoting ideas about inclusive schools and communities into his own website, thinkinclusive.us. He believes that we can create a bridge between educators, parents, and advocates (including self-advocates) to promote ideas, innovation and inspiration to change our world to be more accepting and value each and every human being. Tim lives with his fetching wife and three adorable children in Marietta, GA.
  • maghag

    Awesome voice and argument for the practice of inclusion! He laid out an easy to follow map for parents, outlining how the laws support inclusion as well as why we should continue to move in that direction… because IT WORKS! Bravo!

  • Alicia Post

    Miles, you are an incredibly compassionate, smart, and mature young man. Your love for your brother and for others like him is amazing. I am so proud of you for being such an incredible advocate for your brother! Keep up the great work and be proud of all you have done!

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