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On 12th March, 2021 the Australian government released the final report of 2020 Review of the Disability Standards for Education (2005) (DSE). This document has implications for how inclusive education will be enacted in NSW educational settings. You have been asked by your principal/manager of your organisation to develop a position paper that responds to the final report. It is intended that this position paper will be forwarded to the NSW Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning for their consideration. This means you must consider the implications of the report in the context of your (imagined) educational setting. The 2020 final report identified four reform directions and you will select one to focus on for this assignment.The four reform directions are:
empowering and supporting students with disability and their families – strengthening the knowledge and capability of educators and providers – embedding accountability for the Standards throughout the education system – building awareness and capability in the early childhood education and care sectorPrepare a 1.500-word position paper advocating an appropriate and thoughtful response to one of the reform directions in relation to your area of teaching (early childhood ). The position paper will have 3 aligned components: your position focused on one reform direction (this is what it should look like and what needs to happen if this reform was achieved), a justification for this position (this identifies the current barriers, challenges and possibilities to achieving a successful position and this why this is the right way forward) and two specific recommendations (this is what specifically needs to be done to achieve this position). Your argument needs to be based on current evidence-based research.
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