Here Ajay describes a wish to have been taught his subjects to a better level.
Here Joanne talks about the need for more support.
Here Jane talks about her wish to get rid of exclusion and segregation.
Here Ann talks about the changes she’d like to happen.
Here Ron talks about two ways in which his school life could have been better.
Here Mark talks about the legacy of low expectations
Here Ian shares his views on young people being sent to boarding school.
Here Mavis describes her sense of missing out.
Here Alice talks about the subjects she felt she missed out on at school.
Here Micheline describes the school she would like to see.
Here Isobel talks about how her ME was misunderstood at school.
Here Anthea talks about her wish to go to ‘normal’ school.
Here Richard talks about the need for role models.
Here Raymond talks about how he would like school to be more inclusive.
Here Clenton talks about the impact that school can have on aspirations.
Here Maresa talks about how her educational experiences have influenced her.
Here Christine talks about what helped and what would have helped at school.
Here Simone talks about what was missing from her education.
Here Helen talks about the importance of targeting adults.
Here Clenton talks about Inclusive Education.
Here Miro describes the difference he notices in the expectations of young disabled people now.
Here Micheline describes how her own experience influenced her decisions as a parent.
Here Ronald shares his feelings that animals are treated better than disabled children.
Here Simone describes the impact of education on how a person experiences the world.
Here Belinda asks Jack if it was worth going to school.
Here Mark reflects on the futility of segregation.
Here Alice talks about the difference in young people’s understanding of disability now.
Here Jane describes how and why oppression occurs within the world of disability.
Here Etty talks about her wishes to see the world.
Here Clenton explores the culture of school and the difference between schooling and education.
Here Joanne talks about the fundamental need for disabled children to be in schools with their peers.
Here Maresa talks about the importance of sharing her experience of education.
Here Michelle talks about inclusion in schools.
Here Zara talks about the importance of involving young disabled people and their families.
Here Clenton talks about inclusion.
Here Simone talks about changes she has seen and some things that have not changed.
Here Roger talks about the changes he’s noticed in the school system.
Here Mark describes his niece being included in her mainstream school.
Here Joanne describes her younger sister’s experience of schools now.
Here Micheline cautions against complacency.
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