Inclusion Solutions is a contracted vendor for equitable services with the Arizona Department of Education

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Specialized support staff including special educators, speech and language pathologists, occupational therapists, and para-professionals

Address interventions from a data-based approach to inform instruction with a skilled intervention provider

The specialized staff are mentored and coached on high-leverage instructional and assessment practices, IDEA regulations, and supporting student achievement across the least restrictive environment

The staff are equipped with the knowledge and skills to collaborate with the school-based team, communicate effectively with parents and colleagues, as well as provide the specially designed instruction to students with a variety of academic, social, emotional, and developmental needs

Inclusion Solutions, LLC partners with organizations to make a difference for all students with disabilities

Pima County Superintendent's Office


A cohort of private schools working to improve academic support for neurodiverse learners in the general education setting. School leaders develop goals to enrich school communities where students with disabilities are provided academic, social/emotional, and behavioral, and supports informed by data. Together, the cohort members overcome barriers to inclusion in the private school setting and celebrate the strengths and gifts of every child.

Catholic Elementary School

Interventions provided in a timely manner along with a high-quality curriculum provide students the time to learn and practice skills. A Catholic elementary school used EANS funding to hire an intervention specialist with Inclusion Solutions. This principal knows that struggling students need the support of specialists who understand the learning process and how to strengthen the foundations for learning. Academic growth is tracked with data and adjustments are made in Tier 1 instruction when needed. A strong foundation is key for students as we recover from the pandemic.

Catholic High School

Supporting struggling learners looks like a welcoming community where all students belong. This school used the funding to develop a program that included Catholic Accommodation Plans for students struggling with the academic demands of the rigorous curriculum. The faculty were trained to support students in the classroom and a learning lab provides an additional resource room where students can have 1:1 or small group support.