Inclusive Practices

Components of Inclusive Schools

  • May 20th, 2011
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In inclusive schools and classrooms, students with disabilities are valued as contributing members of the school community, leading to a sense of belonging within the classroom and community at large.

Components of Inclusive Schools include:
• Leadership (also see: Principals of Inclusive Schools)
• School Climate and Structure
• Student Placement
• Family and Community Involvement
• Collaborative Practices
• Instructional Planning
• Instructional Practices
Supplementary Aids and Services (also see: Supplementary Aids and Services Considerations Toolkit)

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