Australia’s ‘dual-track’ education system is failing young students with disability, advocates say

But Ms Sayers argues separating students into mainstream and special schools is “a form of segregation”, as defined by the United NationsĀ Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

“We need to be transforming our education system so that all students are included alongside their non-disabled peers in education,” she said.

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Disability Royal Commission, Education

Celina Edmonds and Elizabeth Wright

ABC News

Date published:
Mon 6th Jun, 2022