A Right to Learn – Keep Disabled Kids in Class
All children have a right to education. But suspensions and exclusions are going disproportionately to students with a disability. Between 2016-2020, students with disability received 46% of all short-term suspensions, despite making up about 17% of the Queensland school population.
The A Right to Learn Campaign is publicly calling on the Queensland Government to conduct an inquiry into the use of school suspensions and exclusions in Queensland State Schools.
To read our asks and pledge your support for disabled students to stay in the classroom, visit https://www.arighttolearn.com.au/our-asks
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