Volume 40 | Issue 2 | Summer 2014 | “All Means All: Ending Segregation in Schools and Achieving Education Equity and Excellence for All”
This Connections issue provides information on a paradigm shift from “special education” to an “equity-based definition of inclusion”. The framework developed by the University of Kansas SWIFT Center is described and examples given.
- Mary Schuh, Maura Hart, Karmen Mills, SWIFT: Where All Means All.
- Wayne Sailor, Defining Inclusion Through an Equity Lens.
- Allyson Satter and Jessica Meisenheimer, SWIFT Fidelity Integrity Assessment (FIA): Monitoring Transformation Through On-Going Self-Assessment.
- Martha Blue-Banning and Mary Schuh, Trusting Family and Community Partnerships: Necessary Ingredients for a Fully Inclusive School Community.
- Mary Schuh and Jenny Stonemeier, Braiding Reform Initiatives and Increasing Outcomes for All.