Schools & Communities
We promote knowledge, attitudes, policies and practices that facilitate inclusive education so all children, young people and adults, including those with disabilities, have equal opportunities to learn, belong, and flourish in their local, regular, educational setting. Read more »
Who Are We?
What We Do
We recognise that disabled people are often denied the right to participate in education alongside other people of their age. We aim to change attitudes and practise by:
- Providing Information
- Trainings & Workshops
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NZDSA and NZDSED Survey.
29 August 2016
Survey of Personal Responses to the announcement by the Minister of Education, the Hon. Hekia Parata, regarding the Cabinet’s July 2016 decisions to Strengthen inclusion and modernise learning support as well as the Learning Support (previously Special Education) Update Read More »