Inclusive Schooling is an engaging community for educators, administrators and parents who seek to create more inclusive schools. We believe that every learner can be included in caring, creative school communities.



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courses on inclusive schooling

Elementary Educators

Online Course
  • A 21-day online experience to give inspired educators helpful practices to get more connected with students, colleagues, and the community.


Video Course
  • The Inspired Advocate Program is an online video course for parents who want the knowledge and expertise to advocate for effective inclusion for their children. Includes full access to closed Facebook group.


I was so taken by Dr. Causton’s wisdom I requested that she come and work with my entire staff — over 1,000 teachers, teacher assistants, service providers, librarians, etc. It was the best professional development we’ve ever had.

Sherry. Administrator. Canada

Dr. Julie’s class gave me so many new strategies for differentiation and problem-solving— she was amazing!

Shelly. Educator. New York

This series of classes taught me more about inclusion, the law, and supporting students than I learned in my entire masters program. Everything was so useful. I could take and use all of the information right away to improve my classroom. I am so happy I signed up for the course!

Joanna. Educator. New York



Your Co-Teaching Questions – Answered

Inclusive Schooling values diversity within the human community.  When inclusive education is fully embraced, we abandon the idea that children have to become “normal” in order to contribute to the world. One of the ways we can begin to implement more inclusive...

All Together Now: Creating a shared vision for Co-Teaching and Inclusion

Inclusive education and co-teaching are necessary complements to one another. Co-teaching often exists when schools adopt inclusive practices. In co-taught classrooms, general and special education teachers work together in highly coordinated ways to give all students...

When Students Are Labeled “Too Much”

... the authoritative teacher, who drowns the freedom off the student, belittles student’s rights to be curious and restless .... Oftentimes, seeking belonging for all students can be a difficult battle within the classroom. This can be especially true for students...