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Inclusive education is not only about supporting the rights of a child with Down syndrome to education within a common learning environment, it should also focus on building the social networks and connections necessary for that person to be an active, contributing, and valued member of the school community.  Students who feel more accepted, included and involved in their school are more likely to be engaged in classroom learning, in extracurricular activities, in interpersonal relationships, and in the wider school community.

The Community Inclusion resources below have been developed for educators and teachers, families, people with Down syndrome and the general community to promote better understanding of inclusive education and what adjustments, both academic and social, can be made to support the participation of all. 

Community Inclusion Toolkit – Education Resources

Education Resources for primary and secondary teachers

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