Wednesday, October 24 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
VIRTUAL 110. Integration Without Limits AVAILABLE

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A mother/teacher and her adult daughter, who is a master's degree student with cerebral palsy, share their perspectives and experiences with inclusion in the community and at school. An emphasis will be placed on how their experiences with inclusion developed the successful person she is today.


Stephanie Faso

scholar/public speaker, self
Stephanie has severe cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair and communicates with a speech generating device. She received her bachelor's degree in Communication Studies at San Jose State University and is presently finishing her master's degree in Commuication Studies with an emphasis... Read More →

Erin Faso

mother/teacher, self
Erin, now retired, taught for 29 years for Cambrian School District in San Jose. She is also the proud single parent of two daughters with differing abilities, both of whom are in graduate school. Erin has served on several boards and as a volunteer to help parents meet their children's... Read More →

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CA1: Highway to Success for ALL

The CEPIP is a two-year grant program from the California Department of Education to promote equity for disadvantaged student populations in California schools. As a lead agency, Santa Clara County Office of Education will:Develop new resources and activities.Disseminate information... Read More →

Wednesday October 24, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm

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