Inclusive Schools Week

Inclusive Schools Week is a nationwide celebration during the first full week of December each year focusing on the work we do year-round to:

  • promote inclusive, welcoming K-12 school communities,
  • to embrace and support people of all natural and diverse abilities, sociological and cultural backgrounds,
  • and to develop best practices.

Cities, school districts and school sites participate in a myriad of ways, including in-class curriculum, library readings, special events, civic proclamations, school and district-wide art projects, professional development intensives, and more.

Inclusive Schools Week was started in 2001 by Inclusive Schools Network, the non-profit sister organization of the Inclusive Schools Collaborative.

San Francisco Inclusive Schools Week—2011

San Francisco Inclusive Schools Week—2010

How does your school celebrate Inclusive Schools Week?

I would love to build an archive of stories, projects, ideas, links, etc. on this blog—please share!  

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