Schools should actively engage with research to support innovative approaches to enable all learners to progress.

Schools should develop systems and partnerships to ensure access to current research evidence. They should also support school-based research activity and allocate appropriate time for this form of collaborative professional learning and development. All stakeholders – teachers, learners, leaders – should develop a ‘growth mindset’, which sees hard work and persistence as contributing to success.

System leaders and policy-makers should develop ways to gather and share information on ‘what works’ between schools/learning communities to ensure that evidence is a starting point in formulating policy development, implementation and evaluation. 

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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