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The over aching goal of early education programs is to increase young children's participation

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According to the authors Bruce Mallory and Beth Rous, ''The over aching goal of early education programs is to increase young children's participation in the social contexts in which they live and learn on a daily basis.

This goal requires strategies designed to enhance the frequency, and duration between children with disabilities and those without." List and explain five different strategies you will use in your ECE classroom to foster this collaboration.

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