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Katrina Hartley’s daughter, who was born with spina bifida, made a successful transition to school. My daughter Hanna was born 7 years ago. While most parents agree that tiredness is a part of parenting, my husband, Bruce, and I are truly exhausted as Hanna was born...

Catherine Smith asks, when research tells us they do better in the mainstream system? Recently, the disability royal commission is looking at the experiences of children and young people with disability in different schools across Australia. This includes mainstream schools as well as so-called “special schools”. An...

Ruth Wajnryb reflects on the usage of euphemisms. When my son was little, I took him to the Boston Children’s Museum. The impact of one experiential display stayed with me long after the event. It was a group picture and the task was to count the...

As schools, teachers and students adapt to the pressures of COVID, questions have been raised about how inclusive education can be provided during remote learning. Inclusive education means providing high-quality schooling that's fair and equitable for all students. It means every child is welcomed and valued...

NSW wants to change rules on suspending and expelling students. How does it compare to other states? Anna Sullivan, Bruce Johnson, Jamie Manolev and Neil Tippett look at the problems. The disability royal commission heard from experts on the disproportionate number of students with a disability...

Klay Lamprell finds that the biggest challenges faced by pregnant women with a disability are not physical but social. Sharon Simmons was born with shortened arms and legs as a consequence of her mother’s use of the drug thalidomide during pregnancy. She had always felt quite...