'Inclusion' a Good Fit for Autistic Daughter

Montclair State University’s Ben Samuels Children’s Center featured in Record article

Inclusive education, in which children with developmental disabilities are taught alongside non-disabled children, is still a relatively new learning concept but is becoming more widespread. Montclair State’s Ben Samuels Children’s Center is a leading inclusive school in northern New Jersey and has been featured in an article by Heather Appel in the December 3 edition of The Record.

“For Erica Goodman, the Ben Samuels Children's Center at MSU has made a huge difference in her daughter's educational development,” writes Appel. “From the moment she brought Lizzie in for an evaluation, she could see a difference in the way her daughter related to other children.”

Read the full article, “Inclusion good fit for autistic daughter.”