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March 24, 2014 | North America: Nebraska

The See Me Project

By Bailey Koch

Mrs. Koch and her Marketing students created this video in an attempt to help society understand the importance of accepting and supporting those with disabilities.

My name is Mrs. Bailey Koch and I am a Special Education teacher in Gothenburg, Nebraska. My students and I have created an inspirational and moving video about the importance of accepting and supporting people with disabilities. One student featured in the video is a Special Olympics athlete named Jarred who has Down Syndrome. He and his family are very proud that he was featured in the video and are wonderful advocates for the rights of those with disabilities. We are attempting to make our video go viral and would very much appreciate the help in spreading this positive message. Would you please consider sharing our video in any ways that you can think of? The video speaks for itself and we are confident that you will appreciate and support our message. Thank you so very much for your help.

About Bailey Koch: I am a Special Education teacher working hard toward my Doctor of Education Degree in Special Education. I am a huge advocate for the rights of people with disabilities and am determined to help society see the person before the disability. Acceptance and support.

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