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Inclusive Education

In an inclusive learning system, diversity is viewed as an asset. A school and a classroom are a reflection of society. Students learn to appreciate differences between people and to understand that differences contribute to richer learning opportunities and more engaging and authentic communities. Inclusive education acknowledges those common threads that bind us together. Each learner is its own thread, woven in concert with their peers, forming the communities of our classrooms.

The Association’s Council for Inclusive Education is committed to supporting and leading all teachers in building inclusive practices, learning environments and communities. Consider joining or subscribing to the
Council for Inclusive Education.