Symposium on Inclusive Education
Where does Australia stand in the inclusive education space? Where is it heading?
Other countries around the world have led change to create fully inclusive education systems; backed by legislation, policy and change management protocol. This symposium will provide a rare opportunity to have these examples of implementation showcased. Highlighting the vision and commitment required for successful implementation, this event will provide Australian stakeholders in education insight into the necessary steps to move towards a fully inclusive system.
- The catalysts for change
- The considerations and implications of system change
- What leadership needs to look like to implement change
- How this can be achieved in the Australian context
- Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Alastair McEwin
- Canadian Politician and former New Brunswick Minister of Education and Post-Secondary Education, Jody R. Carr
- Executive Team member for School wide Integrated Framework for Transformation (SWIFT) Center, Dr. Carol Quirk
- Association of Independent Schools of NSW (AISNSW) education consultant, Leanne Woodley
- Unapologetic advocate for her son and former Chairperson of Family Advocacy, Gina Wilson-Burns
More speakers being confirmed!
Professionals - $195
People with disability/families/students - $55*
If you are a person with disability or a family member of a person with disability and would like to be sponsored to be able to attend this event, please register and tick the sponsorship request box on the payment page. We will contact you to try and meet your needs.
Map / Location
Monday, 13 November 2017
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Parents