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Held back: The experiences of students with disabilities in Victorian schools – Sep 2012

This research report gathers information about the issues and challenges experienced by students with disabilities in the Victorian school system and identifies potential solutions, consistent with Victoria’s equal opportunity and human rights framework, to improve access to education for students with disabilities.
The report is supported by a series of fact sheets which you can download below.

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