The Florida Inclusion Network (FIN) provides learning
opportunities, consultation, information and support to educators,
families, and community members, resulting in the inclusion of all
What is Inclusion?
the practice of educating all students together - students with
disabilities and students without disabilities - regardless of their
abilities or readiness. It is more than placing student with
disabilities in a room with their peers without disabilities. With
true inclusion, students with disabilities can access the general
education curriculum, classrooms, and typical school activities.
In an inclusive educational environment, we strive to have the student
receive specialized instruction and support in the general education
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Meaningful Inclusion is a PROCESS
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Inclusion Network (FIN)
How Does Inclusion
Benefit Non-Disabled Students?
From the National Institute for Urban School
Improvement (funded by the U.S. Department of Education), we have the
research on the impact of inclusion for students with disabilities on
their non-disabled peers. Read these myth-busting facts in "Inclusion
and the Other Kids".
Celebrate Inclusive Schools
Want to know how you can acknowledge the good work that your school does
in including ALL students into the school community? Explore the most
recent Inclusive Schools
Celebration Kit and get some new ideas.