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Held back: The experiences of students with disabilities in Victorian schools – Analysis paper – Jul 2017

The Commission published a report on the experience of students with disabilities in Victorian schools. The report found that there have been significant policy developments and action but more work is required to measure and ensure real change for students. The report details the progress made by the Department of Education and Training following the Commission’s recommendations in its groundbreaking 2012 research report Held back: the experiences of students with disabilities in Victorian schools. It draws on an analysis of information and engagement with the Department and other key stakeholders.

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