Grace makes inclusion model for other schools

INCLUDING STUDENTS: Kim Scuito, a fourth-grade teacher at the Grace School, works with student Yolanny Estevez. The division of Meeting Street works toward an inclusive approach for students with disabilities. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
INCLUDING STUDENTS: Kim Scuito, a fourth-grade teacher at the Grace School, works with student Yolanny Estevez. The division of Meeting Street works toward an inclusive approach for students with disabilities. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Some Rhode Island public and private schools are fully inclusive for those with and without special needs, but the private Grace School, a division of Providence-based nonprofit Meeting Street, provides inclusion in a way even the state considers “unique.” “The Meeting Street model for the Grace School, which includes students with severe disabilities supported by…

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