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As 3-year old Emilio prepares to start school, his family finds itself embroiled in the challenge all too common for children with disabilities - to secure the right to an inclusive education. Cornered in the one of the most segregated education systems, New York City public schools, filmmaker Olivier and his wife Hilda turn the camera on themselves and their child with Down syndrome as they navigate a system originally designed to silo children with disabilities. Emilio's parents learn from the personal st

The film brings together experts such as Thomas Hehir, Director of Special Education in the United States; Sara Jo Soldovieri, Advocate for the National Down Syndrome Society; Lori Podvesker, Director of Disability & Educational Policy; David H. Rose, co-creator of Universal Design of Learning; and Sue Swenson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Special Ed-Services.

FEATURES:

  • RUN RIME: 100 minutes
  • Street Date 10/11/2022
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Español, English Audio Description
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Audio English 5.1, Stereo

FORGET ME NOT: INCLUSION IN THE CLASSROOM