Tajha found her voice as part of the Unified Generation

The United States has been a global leader in creating a more inclusive world through their support from the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs and the U.S. Department of Education.
Tajha stairing off out the window. Text on the image reads: This is Tajha's moment.

Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools are shaping a generation of young people who will lead us into a future of inclusion.

Every year, 2.8 million students experience moments of social inclusion because of Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.

Tajha is one of these emerging leaders. This is her moment.

This is Tajha's Moment

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