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Collaboration means working with others to pursue a common goal, such as ensuring that a student with disability participates in education on the same basis as other students.

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People can communicate in a variety of ways, ranging from informal or spontaneous conversations to formal communication in scheduled meetings. Maintaining effective communication between home and school can assist all...

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Students with disability have the right to learn and to demonstrate their achievement on the same basis as students without disability. Schools adjust learning activities and assessment tasks all the time to meet the ...

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Students with disability have the right to participate in all school activities, inside and outside the classroom, on the same basis as students without disability. Activities should be planned or adjusted so that stu...

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Students with disability have the right to enrol in school on the same basis as students without disability. This means they have a right to information about how the enrolment process works and support in navigating ...

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All students have choices and opportunities at school. The Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards) state that students with disability have the right to be treated on the same basis as students without...

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