Models of support for students with high needs

Joanne Marie Deppeler, Chris Forlin

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The scope of this review was to report on models of support in inclusive education contexts internationally, but with a focus on Australia. It is acknowledged that inclusive education is generally applied in a much broader term with a focus on an ‘education for all’ that considers the needs of any potentially marginalised students and the removal of barriers or obstacles that prevent them from accessing high quality education. The terms of reference for this report, however, relate to students with high needs which could include: challenging behaviours; medical and health conditions; physical disabilities; or other multiple and complex needs that could potentially create barriers that would prevent them from accessing high quality education.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEast Melbourne VIC Australia
PublisherCatholic Education Melbourne
Number of pages80
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2017


  • Inclusive education
  • school
  • high needs

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