All students belong in the classroom
Inclusive education welcomes all students into regular classes with their same-age peers. With support and accommodation, equitable opportunities ensure that every student can learn, contribute, and participate in all aspects of school life.
Inclusive education means designing schools, classrooms, programs and activities so that all students participate and learn together. Inclusive public neighbourhood schools are the heart of our communities and of quality education systems.
Features of Inclusive Schools
- All students are welcomed and valued for who they are.
- All students are supported to set personal goals and build on individual strengths.
- All students have equitable access to learning, with accommodations and support as required to overcome systemic barriers and discrimination.
- All students are supported to interact, play and collaborate with other students their
- Parents are welcomed as respected partners in their child’s education and local school
- School-wide commitment to upholding a safe, welcoming and supportive culture that
emphasizes belonging and respect for diversity.
Please share our #BackToSchool banner: All students belong in the classroom
Please share our #BackToSchool Campaign
- All students belong in the classroom
- All students learn differently
- All students create opportunities to learn
- All students have the right to a full-day
For more #BackToShool resources see: All Means All: Back-to-School 2019