KU Summer Institute on Inclusive Education

Advocating for Inclusive Schools and Communities

The purpose of the KU Summer Institute on Inclusive Practices is to support and advocate for inclusive lives for people with complex support needs, or those people who are considered to have “significant disabilities” across the life span and across home, school, and community contexts. The Institute specifically seeks to translate excellence in research into practice, providing attendees with ideas, tools, and strategies to advocate for inclusive lives for themselves and members of their homes, schools, and communities. Participants will engage in interactive discussions and keynote presentations.

July 14-15, 2022
This event will be hosted online through Zoom

  • July 14 - 1:00 - 4:00 (CDT) - Keynote: Jordyn Zimmerman + Question and Answer Session
  • July 15 - 10:00-1:00 (CDT) - Breakout Sessions
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This event is open to the public. Registration is $25 for the general public. If you are a student at the University of Kansas, registration is free.

For more information, please email summerinstitute@ku.edu.