Families for Inclusive Education
Whether you are a student, family member, educator, school leader, other professional, or a community member interested in inclusive education, it is helpful to keep learning about inclusive education.
On this page, you will find resources on what quality inclusive education looks like in practice, including research on what works, laws and policies on inclusion, and current approaches to inclusion in class, in the playground and in all aspects of school life.
You will also find stories from families and educators pursuing inclusive education and practical tips on the “how” of successful inclusion and parent advocacy.
CRU has previously developed a series of fact sheets designed to build the capacity of parents to create and facilitate peer support networks and further their sons' and daughters' inclusive education. The fact sheets can be found here.
Resources for inclusive education
These resources have been gathered to deepen understanding of inclusive education and how families and others can pursue a high quality inclusive education.
As part of this project CRU will be hosting a series of webinars and developing online learning modules. See below for the videos and related resources.
In our newsletters we will be highlighting helpful resources relevant to families, educators and others. Each newsletter will provide resources designed to inspire and support you to keep aiming high and to keep learning more about inclusive education.
- Newsletter one: Why we need a vision for inclusion
- Newsletter two: How do families promote and defend their vision?
- Newsletter three: Inclusive Classrooms and Classroom Learning
- Newsletter four: Friendships and Belonging
- Newsletter five: Collaboration and Advocacy
- Newsletter six: Achieving Inclusive Education in Australia
- Newsletter seven: A Selection of the FFIE Team’s Favourite Resources
- Newsletter eight: Focus on inclusion and First Nation students and families
- Newsletter nine: What can families do when 'behaviour' is catching everyone’s attention?
- Newsletter ten: Inclusive Education is a Global Movement