Today we are talking with a Special Education teacher who has seen so many inclusive changes throughout her 42 years of teaching. Lou talks to us today about how fought for changes for her kids, how she pushed her students to be the best they can be, and how she created a special education student-run coffee shop that has led to kids finding jobs throughout our community!
Topics we talked about that you do not want to miss:
- Hidden talents + sass
- How inclusion changed throughout her career
- Ask questions about their abilities
- Experiences outside of the classroom
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As tears came down my face, I am so proud of Lou. We were childhood friends! Im sad that we went our separate ways and have not been in touch! Lou was always determine and i am so thankful for the changes she has made for inclusion. I will share this! Thank you!