My aim is to look at how to better advocate for inclusion, at a systemic level in schools. Currently, most schools offer "inclusive" practices in name only. My approach is going to be contacting local and state officials to garner support for change to education requirements, at the state level. Teachers are currently required to have degrees in Primary/Secondary education, but NO ONE is required to have any additional degrees or qualification in special education/inclusion. The population of children that require the MOST supports are getting some of the least experienced, and unqualified staff members.