Early years in education are vital to later success in life. Children of all abilities working side-by-side is a win-win situation.
Under WI state law the public schools must work with parents and agencies to identify children ages 3-5 who may have a disability. They then must provide services to help the child's social-emotional, motor, communication and cognitive development when it is deemed necessary. When considering the appropriate services, the goal is always to integrate children in a natural setting with typically developing peers to greatest extent possible.