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Inclusive Education Discussion Series

Family Advocacy believes in people with disability having access to the good things in all areas of life, that the majority of people would expect. This includes regular education with peers. Family Advocacy has released a new position statement on inclusive education , which will inform our systemic advocacy on this issue over the next year and beyond.

It is both a resource for parents to inform policy makers, and a clear outline of the reasons. However, in Austra lia, children with disability are often placed in special schools or support units". Family Advocacy recommend that all future policy approaches in Australia and NSW pursue full inclusion and move toward ending segregation of children with disability as part of a progressive realisation of the right to inclusive education in line with the UNCRPD and General Comment on the right to Inclusive Education.


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This means policy makers must recognise the evidence that shows full inclusion is producing better social and academic outcomes for students with disability, and implement evidence-based programs and provide funding accordingly. This discussion series builds on evidence based research and commences with information provided in a recent presentation by Bruce Uditsky and Anne Hughson of Inclusion Alberta. If you would like to know more about inclusive education for your family member with disability visit the school years section of the Family Advocacy website or contact us at communications family-advocacy.

In this short clip Jan Kruger, proud parent and Director of Imagine More, shares what inclusion means to her family and what this looks like in school for her son Jack. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book?

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This discussion series builds on evidence based research and commences with information provided in a recent presentation by Bruce Uditsky and Anne Hughson of Inclusion Alberta. If you would like to know more about inclusive education for your family member with disability visit the school years section of the Family Advocacy website or contact us at communications family-advocacy.

Supporting Inclusive Education

In this short clip Jan Kruger, proud parent and Director of Imagine More, shares what inclusion means to her family and what this looks like in school for her son Jack. An Inclusive classroom is one that incorporates alternative teaching methods to accommodate for the variety of learners in the room.