Why. Because every girl and boy has the right to learn, from birth. 

How. By creating, supporting and implementing plans that advance inclusive quality education for all persons with disabilities. 

What commitments may look like. 

  • Additional resources and implementation – targeted investment and resources that implement inclusive education plans and enable all children with and without disabilities to access quality education and learn. 
  • Inclusive education sector plans (government only) - new or strengthened inclusive education sector plans, which coherently link budgets and resources to policy. 
  • Capacity building: teachers and staff – Community, Head Teacher, Teacher and Assistant training and capacity building to introduce, deliver and sustain school wide inclusive education and pedagogic practice. 
  • Endorse and support the Partnership for Inclusive Education Facility (donors only) - provide support or expertise to the new Partnership on Inclusive Education being launched at the Summit. 
  • Policy, standards and regulations – set inclusive education policy and support implementation with accompanying standards and regulations 

Total commitments: 106