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Catch up on the latest inclusive education news from the unique perspectives of our teachers and parents of students.
HTS hosts an after school program to support students through assistive technology devices. Learn more about the AT Lab and schedule a tour today.
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We've compiled a list of helpful resources as you learn more about inclusive education.
HTS is involved in some fantastic and exciting community service projects throughout the Bay Area, many of which have received notable attention. Check out some of the organizations we've worked with and continue to support.
E-Karate a non-profit community organization devoted to strengthening and developing children through traditional forms of karate. Practicing inclusion, E-Karate has been and continues to be a great resource and friend of HTS.
With over 10 different locations around the Bay and out of state, E-Soccer is an all-volunteer, inclusive soccer program where typical and special needs children aged 5 and up participate alongside each other in an inclusive environment.
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HTS is involved in some fantastic and exciting community service projects throughout the Bay Area, many of which have received notable attention. Check out some of the organizations we've worked with and continue to support as a school.More About Our Impact →
The Jefferson Award is a program of the American Institute of Public Service. It was started by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Senator Robert Taft Jr. in 1972 to recognize outstanding public service at the local and national level.
HTS has worked with Japanese Public School teachers, administrators and officials from the Shibuya Ward to share inclusion best practices, in order to better implement it in their education system overseas.