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Queensland disability review

The Department of Education and Training is committed to inclusive education and continuous improvement to maximise education outcomes for students with disability.

As part of this commitment the Minister for Education approved an independent wide-ranging review into disability policy in Queensland state schools. Deloitte Access Economics was successful in an open tender process to undertake this review.

The Queensland Disability Review report Adobe PDF document1.9M and the Executive Summary Adobe PDF document413K provide a comprehensive discussion of findings and offer a number of recommendations for the Department to consider about:

The Department welcomes the findings and the recommendations as an opportunity to refresh and renew its focus on improving the educational outcomes for all students with disability. A new Assistant Director-General Disability and Inclusion role will lead the implementation of recommendations from the review, now outlined in the Disability Review Response Plan Adobe PDF document2.9M.

Ministerial media statements

02 June 2016 - Independent review to examine disability schooling External Link

26 July 2016 - Deloitte to lead disability schooling review External Link

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