Education systems should focus on continuous support for teachers and school leaders in order to increase schools’ capability to raise the achievement of all learners.

Project practical work showed ways to build teachers’ professional knowledge and expertise to meet learners’ diverse needs and develop more innovative ways to organise learning for all. Such knowledge can be introduced through networking both within the learning community and beyond (e.g. with local universities, other schools/colleges and local specialists) to increase evidence-informed practice within the school.

Project findings and recommendations from the Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education project can be found in a series of outputs.

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