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Big sister starts a movement: robotics teams that include the disabled

Seattle Times Saturday, 3 December 2016
Teams from several Seattle-area schools will compete in a tournament that marks the end of the first season of Special Olympics Unified Robotics, which allows students with special needs to work alongside typically developing classmates as they build robots.
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