Celebration partners share the vision of the Inclusive Schools Network and support Inclusive Schools Week. These partners are aware of Celebration Partnership Opportunities including Responsibilities and Benefits. Celebration partners with exemplary ISW activities/resources are spotlighted on the ISN website for the current theme year. Partners spotlighted are listed with their logo and mission statement as well as a link to their website.
A non-profit organization supporting schools in their initiatives around social-emotional learning and creating equitable and inclusive learning environments for all students.
The Teacher’s Gallery offers learning opportunities and tools related to inclusive education to both teachers and the broader education community. We serve teachers, administrators, parents and other stakeholders in the field of education who seek to lead, transform, and serve the students for a better future.
Inclusion Initiative, also known as IAMYOU was formed to spearhead a campaign for inclusion in the Philippines. IAMYOU envisions communities where:
- children are afforded their equal rights and opportunities to quality education regardless of his/her socioeconomic status, gender, ethnicity, religion, ability, or sexual orientation;
- differences are celebrated and supported;
- children with disabilities are educated alongside his/her peers in the classroom and;
- children are taught in a learner-centered, safe and friendly environment.
The Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools program is aimed at promoting social inclusion through intentionally planned and implemented activities affecting systems-wide change. With sports as the foundation, the three component model offers a unique combination of effective activities that equip young people with tools and training to create sports, classroom and school climates of acceptance.
The National Speech & Debate Association was created in 1925 to provide recognition and support for students participating in speech and debate activities. While our organization has evolved over the decades, our mission is more relevant today than ever before. We connect, support, and inspire a diverse community committed to empowering students through competitive speech and debate.
Finding My Way Books presents diverse nonfiction stories that give voice to children with disabilities and promote their equity within our communities. Inclusive stories offer students the opportunity to meet children and adults with disabilities.
With our bold and enterprising initiatives, Aspire is making our communities better by redefining what is possible for people with disabilities.
The Nora Project trains and coaches educators and offers a suite of SEL programs that dive deeply into the concepts of empathy and inclusion, explicitly addressing disability and difference as a part of human diversity.
From award-winning filmmaker Dan Habib comes INTELLIGENT LIVES, a catalyst to transform the label of intellectual disability from a life sentence of isolation into a life of possibility for the most systematically segregated people in America.
KIT teaches you how to create inclusive environments so no child is excluded.
The Arc Maryland, with its statewide partners, provides a school inclusion program called “Together We’re Better” (TWB). The objective of the program is to raise awareness of the value and importance of inclusion of students with disabilities. Inclusive education significantly contributes to the educational experience of all students and enriches the diversity in classroom learning, providing all students expanded opportunities for a better understanding of the world, those around them, and themselves.