Inclusion in Action
Teachers across the world are using ISN to enhance their knowledge of inclusive practices and incorporate new skills into their classrooms.
Impact Around the Globe
Inclusive Schools Week™ has evolved into an international event celebrated in countries around the world, including Canada, the UK, the Philippines, Ghana, and Malaysia. The Inclusive Schools Network website has had visitors from more than 50 countries.
Learn how schools and communities around the world celebrate and raise awareness of the benefits of inclusive educational practices!
Impact from Around the Globe
The Peers as Partners in Learning (PPL) program at Rockway Middle School in Miami, Florida, is an elective course designed to provide peer support for students with disabilities. Madly Ambroise,…Read More
Monroe Demonstration Academy in the Tulsa Public Schools celebrated its third year of Able Athletes. Featured in Inclusion in Action in September 2020, the Inclusive Schools Network applauds Monroe’s continued efforts…Read More
Multiple buildings in the Ossining Union Free School District, located in Westchester County, New York, celebrated Inclusive Schools Week. Ossining is home to approximately 5100 students. Members of our school community…Read More
Theodore Roosevelt High School, a Global Studies Campus in DC Public Schools, values all students’ unique talents and encourages and challenges students to become intellectually curious, world language proficient, internationally…Read More
Despite not being in person this year, the SFUSD Inclusive Schools Week Task force members, schools and families created inspiring and informative virtual activities and resources in the midst of a…Read More
Despite COVID-19 restrictions, one public integrated preschool program in Massachusetts has been open since September to service their families in town—the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Elementary School Pre-K Program in Randolph…Read More
Richmond Public Schools students celebrated #ISW2020 by designing t-shirts to promote inclusion! See below for their creative and powerful designs.Read More
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