Every student with disability succeeding plan aims to improve outcomes for state school students with disability by:
- improving the A-E performance for students with disability
- increasing the proportion of students with disability receiving a Queensland Certificate of Education
- decreasing the proportion of students with disability receiving a school disciplinary absence
- reducing the number of students with disability not attending a full-time program.
The plan sets 3 priorities:
- setting expectations that with the right support every student with disability can succeed
- building capability of our state schools to provide support and differentiate teaching
- partnering with parents as valued equal partners in their child’s learning.
To hear more about the department’s commitment to ensuring every student with disability succeeds go to the
Assistant Director-General’s leadership message (transcript). You can also hear about how some Queensland state schools are improving outcomes for students with disability by going to these videos:
Queensland disability review
The plan responds to the 17 recommendations made by Deloitte Access Economics in its independent Queensland disability review.
The State Government accepted all of the review’s recommendations and is committed to supporting state school students with disability to achieve their full potential in an inclusive education system. More information about the Queensland Disability Review can be found in the
report and the
Read more about Queensland disability review and what’s happening in Queensland state schools to support inclusive education and improve outcomes for students with disability.