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21 February 2019
Board of Trustees

The role of the board of trustees

Processes for identifying, and supporting the learning and achievement of all students.

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Strategies for action

Three key strategies for effectively supporting the learning and achievement of all students.

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Understand inclusive education

An inclusive school is one where all students are engaged and achieve through being present, participating, learning and belonging.

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School leaders talk about leading inclusive schools. 

Three suggestions for implementing this strategy:

Review planning, monitoring, and reporting obligations

As a BOT you are responsible for ensuring that your school is planning, monitoring, reviewing, and reporting on its progress towards full inclusion. 

Five suggestions for implementing this strategy:

Key resources

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What an inclusive school looks like

Read time: 5 min

This information sheet describes what an inclusive school looks like and feels like. Use it to help reflect upon and review the inclusive values, policies, and practices in your school.

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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Supporting your school to be inclusive

This list of questions was compiled by New Zealand’s Inclusive Education Action Group to help boards of trustees evaluate the inclusiveness of their schools.

Publisher: Inclusive Education Action Group

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Index for Inclusion Network: Indicators

This is a set of materials to support the self-review of all aspects of a school setting.

Publisher: Index for Inclusion Network

Success for All Every school Every child

Success for All – Every school, Every child

Read time: 9 min

This strategy has been developed to support the vision of a fully inclusive education system.

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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Inclusive Practices Tools for self-review

The Inclusive Practices Tools provide schools with ways to engage staff, students, and their communities in the review of their inclusive practices.

Publisher: Ministry of Education | Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga

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