Sixty per cent of children and youth with an intellectual disability are denied the right to inclusive quality education, resulting in negative impacts on quality of life, health status, income and employment outcomes.

All people with an intellectual disability should be fully included with their peers in regular education, with appropriate supports from early childhood through to post-secondary and adult life-long learning.

Inclusive Education Canada
Families as Leaders in the Journey to Inclusive Schooling
Advancing Inclusive Education: Keys to Transformational Change in Public Education Systems
Teachers Helping Teachers - Manual
Teachers Helping Teachers - Presentation
UNESCO - Global Education Monitoring Report 2017 - Accountability in Education: Meeting our Commitments
UNESCO - Global Education Monitoring Report 2016 - Education for People and Planet: Creating Sustainable Futures for All
Inclusive Education Commentaries - Sharing Experiences and Knowledge
CACL - National Report Card 2010