children with disability

Special schools: should they be phased out?

By Ilektra Spandagou

Even before the release of the Final Report of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

What I learned from my first year of teaching

By Olivia Karaolis

“Ring the bells that can still ring,  Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack, a crack in

Hear our voices: growing up with speech, language and communication needs

By Jane McCormack

In kindy, I was very sad for most of the time. Nobody could understand me, so they didn’t

Are regular classroom teachers really not qualified to teach students with special needs?

By Linda Graham and Kate de Bruin and Ilektra Spandagou

Sure enough, representatives of parent and teacher groups have emerged to back Senator Pauline Hanson’s claims that children

Children with disabilities in schools: how we started the parliamentary inquiry and what’s happening

By David Roy and Caroline Dock

We were extremely disturbed by the increasing reports of children with disability across Australia being abused and discriminated

The voice of the child in 21st Century education matters, now more than ever

By Emer Ring

In education systems today there is a real danger of children’s voices being swamped by those of bureaucrats,