Brian Smyth King explains in this article the contents of the Disability Standards for Education 2004 that will apply across all states and territories of Australia. The document underpins the Disability Discrimination Act (1992) and clarifies standards for all Australian Education and training providers in facilitating access for people with disabilities to educational services. The article also explains how the standards will affect teachers working with students with disability and what the adjustments that teachers make are. Smyth King includes a comprehensive list of different types of technology and software available to facilitate student learning.,Keywords: Education, Inclusion, Class Support,
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How do we meet the challenge of diversity?
Brian Smyth King
1 January 1970
Access, Education, Inclusion, Legal, Professionals, School age