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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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Adjustments support student learning and are developed in consultation with the student or their parent, guardian or carer. Teachers make adjustments all the time. Some adjustments assist all students to learn, whethe...

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The Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards) set out how education providers can work with students and their parents, guardians and carers to ensure that students with disability do not experience disc...

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A personalised approach to learning and support takes into account all of the students’ individual needs and all of the adjustments they need to access and participate in their education. This planning might include w...

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Subtopics Australian law What is disability? Discrimination Enrolment Participation Curriculum and support services Harassment and victimisation Who do the rights apply to? Question

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The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) and the Disability Standards for Education 2005 (the Standards) are Australian laws that protect the rights of students with disability. These laws aim to eliminate discrim...

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