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Daina Shilts and ESPN’s Kevin Neghandhi on set at ESPN.
In a Fortune Magazine Op-Ed titled, ‘Diversity and Inclusion Is Meaningless If People With Intellectual Disabilities Are Left Out,’ Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis shared the concept of Unified Leadership.
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ESPN Honor Roll presented by ESPN and Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools
Special Olympics would like to congratulate this year's ESPN Top 5 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® for their dedication to inclusion.
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A photo of the Dayas-Tokoto family.
Discover how Special Olympics Unified Sports created a positive change in their son’s life.
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A group of 6 young adults and Rowan and EPSN representatives stand under a Rowan University Unified Champion Schools banner in a gymnasium.
Rowan University was recognized as a top-five Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools®. Rowan was the first in New Jersey and one of the original collegiate programs in the country to embrace togetherness in sports and education.
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Group of students and faculty standing in two rows in the gymnasium next to Unified Champion School signage.
Kenmore Middle School was recognized on April 12th, as a top-five Special Olympics Unified Champion School, becoming the first middle school to receive the honor for embracing togetherness.
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Unified Sport Football (America Soccer) teams on the pitch for a group photo.
Unified Partners to compete in East vs. West All-Star match at ESPN Wide World of Sports as part of MLS All-Star week festivities.
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Athlete student photos hanging from a banner along the balcony of a school gym next to a unified champion school banner.
Brighton High school in Brighton, Michigan was recognized on October 19th as a top-five Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® in the country. Brighton students play together in the sports of flag football, basketball, and bocce.
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School representatives and unified teams standing by a national unified champion school banner.
Warren High school in Downey, California was recognized on February 12th as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School by meeting 10 standards of excellence that fall in four pillars: Special Olympics Unified Sports, Inclusive Youth Leadership, Whole School Engagement, and Program Sustainability.
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Amy standing in front of her father as he gives her advice on the green.
Special Olympics golfer, Amy Bockerstette, who earned a college scholarship to Paradise Valley Community College for golf, was invited to compete in the 19th Annual 2019 ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic. The golf tournament serves as a fundraiser for the V Foundation which provides grants for cancer research and resources for cancer patients.
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