As a leader in the field of disability inclusion training, KIT has developed a library of best-in-class inclusion resources to help you ensure all children are included, regardless of ability.  Some of our most popular are here, but you can find many more in the Resources section of our Online Learning Center.  Some of our resources are also translated to Spanish.


Inclusion Checklist For Programs


Conflict Resolution Guidebook

How to Have an Inclusive Prom

They often say, “It takes a village.”  We at KIT know that we can’t advance the inclusion movement all alone.  We do our best to train as many people and organizations as we possibly can.  Fortunately, we have many friends in the inclusion movement who help spread the word.  From parent advocates to bloggers, everyone is passionate about making sure no children are left out.  Every child has the right to be included and feel welcomed.  Visit some of our friends to learn more about inclusion.

Inclusive Education:

Katie Barkley: Christian Learning Center Network –

Nicole EredicsThe Inclusive Class –

Beth ForakerNational Catholic Board on Full Inclusion –

Lisa FriedmanRemoving The Stumbling Block •

Renee LaporteStories of inclusion •

Renay MarquezParaEducate •

Amanda MorinEverything Special Education •

Shelley MooreBlog Some Moore: Teaching and Empowering Students with Special Needs •

Shelley MooreLearn Some Moore: An Inclusive Resources Website •

Catia MalaquiasWorking toward inclusive education in Australia •

Carol QuirkMaryland Coalition for Inclusive Education •

Schoolwide Integrated Framework for Transformation –

Parent Advocacy and Support:

Tim VillegasThink Inclusive •

Lauri Swann Hunt: Ollibean •

Leah KelleyThirty Days of Autism •