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Imputed disability

An ‘imputed’ disability is something that someone believes another person has. To impute a disability, the school team must have reasonable grounds to make such a judgement.

Inclusive education

Every student, with or without disability, is welcome and able to participate fully in all aspects of education.

Indirect discrimination

When everyone is treated in exactly the same way, even though this unreasonably disadvantages someone because they, or their associate, have a disability or other attribute covered by law.

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