You can learn a lot about inclusion by talking to education stakeholders.

Depending where you work, you could discuss inclusion issues with the following people:

  • teachers and head teachers
  • other educators and teaching assistants
  • parents, caregivers and family members
  • children and young people (girls, boys, with and without disabilities, and from other diverse groups in society)
  • community members, including representatives from disabled people’s organisations and other organisations representing marginalised groups
  • education officials
  • community leaders
  • staff from non-governmental organisations.

You may be surprised how many useful experiences and ideas everyone has. Good ideas for making education more inclusive and better quality do not just come from books and training courses – the best ones often come from real life experiences.