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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!

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Impact from Around the Globe

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IGB International School in Kuala Lumpur Celebrates #ISW2020

December 8, 2020

Submitted by: Aga Chojnacka Activities that Promote Awareness Every November and December IGBIS celebrates and raises awareness of one of the key pillars and values of our community- INCLUSION. This…

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KIPP Woodson Park Academy Celebration Plans #ISW2020

December 8, 2020

KIPP Woodson Park Academy in Atlanta Public Schools has shared their celebration plans for this year’s Inclusive Schools Week! Activities that Promote Awareness Activities that Increase Knowledge and/or Skills

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Monroe Demonstration Academy Celebrates Able Athletes

September 15, 2020

Monroe Demonstration Academy holds an after school program called Able Athletes where students who are labeled as having Autism and Multiple Disabilities participate in a 10-week after school program where…

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Park Early Childhood Center #ISW2019 Celebration

December 11, 2019

Park Early Childhood Center in Ossining, New York celebrated Inclusive Schools Week for the first time.  Park is home to approximately 600 our youngest learners and houses our pre-kindergarten and…

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International School of Kuala Lumpur students

International School of Kuala Lumpur’s Second ISW Celebration

December 10, 2019

During Inclusive Schools Week 2019, the International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) participated in the worldwide Inclusive Schools Week sponsored by the Inclusive Schools Network. The ISKL student body has representation…

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IGB International School Inclusive Schools Week Celebration

December 10, 2019

This year at IGB International School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, we felt that we really raised the bar from our previous years’ efforts. We were finally able to put together…

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Salt Lake City School District Launches Into ISW

December 5, 2019

Salt Lake City School District (SLCSD) is celebrating Inclusive Schools Week!  This year marks the first time SLCSD will participate in this worldwide event sponsored by the Inclusive Schools Network.…

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Atlanta Public Schools’ ISW Celebration

November 25, 2019

Activities that Promote Awareness This year’s theme is “Charting the Course for Inclusive Schools.” Atlanta Public Schools (APS) will celebrate the entire week of December 2-6, 2019 with various inclusive…

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M.L. Donovan Elementary School

November 25, 2019

M.L. Donovan Elementary in Randolph Public Schools, Massachusetts developed a comprehensive school-wide celebration plan for this year’s Inclusive Schools Week. The plan was developed by administration and grade-level teams. The…

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Author Q&A: Lisa Lightner

November 25, 2019

Lisa Lightner is an Award-Winning Special Education Advocate and Blogger who resides in southeastern Pennsylvania. She holds and has held numerous Director positions on boards for education and disability-related organizations.…

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Appoquinimink School District

November 21, 2019

Dr. Josette McCullough, Director of Educational Resources in Appoquinimink School District, shared her district’s efforts to improve inclusion across the school system. Statement of the Challenge Getting away from the…

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Author Q&A: Dan Habib

November 20, 2019

What motivates you to produce films about the challenges and benefits of inclusion? My son Samuel and his disability were the driving motivations for my first film, Including Samuel, and he…

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