The department is committed to the success of every student with disability and in 2016, a review was commissioned by the department to identify areas for improvement.
In 2017, Deloitte Access Economics delivered its independent
Review of education for students with disability in Queensland state Schools report, making 17 recommendations about how to improve outcomes for state school students with disability.
All 17 recommendations were adopted and significant work has been undertaken by the department to implement system-wide improvements.
Key initiatives included:
To 21 July 2021, the department has implemented 16 of the Queensland Disability Review’s 17 recommendations and has commenced implementation of the last recommendation to review the resource allocation model for students with disability.
The department is now moving into its next phase of reform with the release of the new
Every student with disability succeeding plan 2021–2025. Our second plan aims to support the success and wellbeing of every student with disability through each stage of learning in an inclusive education system.
Read more about
our journey so far and what’s happening in Queensland state schools to support inclusive education and improve outcomes for
students with disability.
Every student with disability succeeding – Our journey
Students with disability
Queensland Disability Review report
Queensland Disability Review executive summary