The Weeklyish is for inclusionists.
How do you know you are an inclusionist?
In 1997, Ellen Brantlinger from Indiana University first used the term "inclusionist” which for many means someone who wants to get rid of special education.
Decades of research show better outcomes for people with disabilities when they are included, and authentic inclusion is happening in schools and districts around the country and the world (some nearing 90% inclusion rates or above for many years). This progress did not just happen but is the result of careful planning led by educational visionaries and the implementation of strategies that promote effective inclusive education.
It’s time to bring back the moniker of “inclusionist” to mean a collaborator for inclusive practices, not simply someone who wants to throw the whole system away without replacing it with something better.
If this resonates with you, you're an inclusionist.
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