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  SHOPKEEPER BIO

Colleen F. Tomko Pennsylvania
Member Since: 2005

"A disability is one part of a whole person. Every person has something to give, is of equal value and worth, and deserves equal access and opportunities."

Colleen is a parent and advocate for inclusion, a Penn State graduate, a graduate of Partners in Policymaking and president of
Kids Together, Inc.
an all-volunteer unfunded non-profit.

Please read my articles on inclusion posted at Kids Together and sign up for the newsletter or join the inclusion listserv. I have provided over 15 years of volunteer work to promote inclusion and advocate for my son and others.

Drop me line at colnchas@enter.net
Let me know what you think of my designs, or if there is something you'd like to see.

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Did you ever notice how there is "zero tolerance" for misbehavior of students, yet nothing seems to happens when school personnel misbehave?

This design shows 4 adults in striped prison outfits behind bars. The sign over the cell says "Zero Tolerance. A "special" jail for malicious and negligent educators." The first prisoner is holding a sign, "Failed to provide L.R.E. Director of Special Ed." and he is saying, "We should not be isolated from our peers. He also has a ball and chain attached to his leg. The next holds a sign, "Discrimination against students with disabilities" and she is saying "What about my rights?". The 3rd person's sign says "Intentional violation of F.A.P.E." and he says "My needs are not being met". And the last person's signs says, "Denied appropriate supports and services. L.E.A." There is a mouse in one corner thinking "Crime should not pay", and a spider in the upper right. The caption below the cartoon is "I Have a 'Different' Dream!"

Zero Tolerance T-shirts

Zero Tolerance T-shirts
Okay, if you want to make a point about being accountable, this is the t-shirt to wear!

Zero Tolerance Apparel

Zero Tolerance Apparel
Get people thinking, while being comfortable! There shouldn't be double standards!

Zero Tolerance Cards, Prints & Posters

Zero Tolerance Cards, Prints & Posters
Prints are perfect for displaying at home or office. Card and postcards are great for sharing!
Zero Tolerance Tote Bag
Zero Tolerance Tote Bag
$15.99
Zero Tolerance BBQ Apron
Zero Tolerance BBQ Apron
$19.99
Zero Tolerance Throw Pillow
Zero Tolerance Throw Pillow
$19.99
Zero Tolerance Keepsake Box
Zero Tolerance Keepsake Box
$22.99
Zero Tolerance Tile Coaster
Zero Tolerance Tile Coaster
$7.50
Zero Tolerance Framed Tile
Zero Tolerance Framed Tile
$12.99
Zero Tolerance Large Mug
Zero Tolerance Large Mug
$14.99
Zero Tolerance Mug
Zero Tolerance Mug
$13.99
Zero Tolerance Stein
Zero Tolerance Stein
$16.99



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