Every Student, Every School

Every Student, Every School is an initiative providing better learning and support for the 90,000 students with a disability, learning difficulties or behaviour support needs in our public schools through a strong focus on professional learning and support for teachers and support staff.

Every Student, Every School is supported by the Commonwealth Government's More Support for Students with Disabilities National Partnership, providing almost $48 million in 2012 and 2013 to build the capabilities of schools to meet the educational needs of students with disability. This investment will lever off the $1.18 billion already provided by the NSW Government for students with disability.

Every Student, Every School is structured around a Learning and Support Framework for all NSW public schools. Establishing this framework in every school will provide an important foundation for the delivery of educational services in our schools into the future.

Link to Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znOmo1wdLCU

Video: Deputy director-general, schools, Greg Prior, discusses Every Student, Every School.

Link to Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AA8G7zoay6M

Video: Brian Smyth King, director, Disability Programs discusses Every Student, Every School: Learning and Support.

Areas of activity

We will focus on five project areas of activity to enable the establishment of a strong and robust learning and support framework in all our schools:

For details about the initiative, including the Learning and Support Framework, areas of activity and timeframes for progressive implementation over 2012 and 2013, please see the booklet, Every Student, Every School: Learning and Support (PDF).

See frequently asked questions (PDF) for more information.



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