Inclusive education means equal opportunity for all students with diverse backgrounds and abilities to access mainstream education in local educational facilities. True inclusion strives for not only students with different backgrounds and abilities being physically present in a general classroom but also enables their meaningful participation in the educational process and achievement of educational pursuits.
The right for education is a fundamental human right and enjoyment of quality inclusive education at all levels is key to the success of each and every person.
Inclusive education is not just about students with (dis)abilities! It includes quality education for all, irrespective of gender, age, ethnic or cultural background, language, socio-economic status, creed, ability and/or special needs.