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'Neurodiversity': the next frontier for civil rights?

A school in New York City is expanding the definition of diversity, and putting kids of varying developmental ability side-by-side in the classroom. The IDEAL School of Manhattan is breaking new ground on inclusion education, creating an environment where students with developmental disabilities are never pulled out of class, and are taught the same lessons as students without special needs.

Alex Wagner visited the IDEAL School and discusses the idea of "neurodiversity" with the NOW panel.