From Education Week Online, this article by Nirvi Shah features the story of a Colorado High School athletic program that integrates students with and without disabilities on the fields, tracks, and courts of various athletic activities.

Thanks to the Special Olympics, Unified Sports is an effort towards including students with cognitive and intellectual disabilities in athletic teams in public school districts across the country. With a recent surge in popularity, projects like Project Unify have been working to increase the inclusion of students with disabilities in mainstream school settings and the school cultures that constitute these settings, environments from which students are often excluded. In the case of Overland High School just outside of Denver, Colorado, this effort took the form of including students with cognitive disabilities in the school's dance and track teams. Check out the full article online