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Choose to Include Movement

The Choose to Include campaign reminds students that when we give others the chance to fulfill their dreams, everyone wins. Launch an in-person or virtual Choose to Include campaign at your school.
Choose to Include


The Pledge.

Together we have the power and determination to ensure no one is forgotten during this critical time around the world.

I pledge to look for the lonely, the isolated, the left out, the challenged and the bullied.

I pledge to overcome the fear of difference and replace it with the power of inclusion.

I #ChooseToInclude.

Additional Inclusion Resources

Disability Awareness Resources

Celebrate differences and disability awareness in your school. Picture book readings for young children celebrate differences and the importance of including everyone. Videos for older students highlight how people turned their experiences with isolation into inclusive opportunities. These resources encourage inclusive practices that make everyone at school feel welcome.

Whole School Engagement for Elementary Schools

Looking for more ideas to promote inclusion in elementary schools? This resource is full of ideas that older elementary students can implement at their school. Form an inclusive leadership team comprised of students with and without ID and watch them transform their school into a place where everyone is included.

Get Active

What do elementary students enjoy the most? The opportunity to be active and move! This resource provides fun movement activities that teach students to embrace differences and foster inclusion.

Unified Classroom for all Grade Levels

Teachers will love these turnkey, grade appropriate lessons focused on inclusion. Use these materials to supplement your curriculum or to add lessons during disability awareness days at your school.

Generation Unified

This is a great resource for middle and high school students interested in learning more about the power of inclusion. Find inclusion videos, activities and more!


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