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New national resource is a world first in education for students with disability


Mar 2017

Phil Reardon Founder & CEO of Schoolzine, Fiona Forbes ASEPA Board Chair & Members Click here to download image

Schoolzine is excited to be associated with The Australian Special Education Principals Association (ASEPA) who has launched a world first web-resource to boost the education sectors’ capacity to support students with a disability.

Working in collaboration with school leaders across Australia and drawing on the expert counsel of its international partners, theLeading Learning 4 All website is a new tool for school practitioners to further enhance inclusive education in Australia.

“The Leading Learning 4 All initiative has the potential to influence practice here in Australia as well as overseas,” said ASEPA Board Chair and International Confederation of Principals (ICP) President Fiona Forbes.

“This new interactive tool reflects the good work that is happening in Australian schools and seeks to be a starter kit for growth.Leading Learning 4 All embraces the complexity of meeting the learning needs of every student, in every Australian school, every day.”

Leading Learning 4 All is an Australian Government funded project to deliver national leadership resources for school leaders to boost inclusive attitudes and practices in schools. It is based on current research and uses the Australian Professional Standard for Principals, the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers as well as the Disability Standards in Education as its base.

The project has enabled education leaders to build and develop a shared pool of expertise, in order to create explicit learning templates and visual tools for teachers.

“Our partnership with ASEPA allowed us to create and develop a custom website for their needs, building the platform for theirLeading Learning 4 All initiative,” said Schoolzine Founder and Global CEO Mr Phil Reardon.

“We have been working with schools and organisations such as ASEPA for over ten years, and are proud to support this tool for educators to further enhance the delivery of inclusive education in Australia.”

The development of the site follows the Turnbull Government’s response to the 2015 Review of the ‘Disability Standards for Education 2005.’ ASEPA has lead these two projects in collaboration with other professional principal and teacher associations and looks forward to further national and international collaboration.


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