Updated: Jun 22, 2021
There is a ton of information on the internet on just about everything.
If you are looking for sources of information about inclusive education, it can be quite daunting. Believe it or not, inclusive practices are happening all around the country and the world. One of the strategies that I use is to turn to “inclusion twitter.” By all means, this is not an exhaustive list, but it will get you started to find out what the community is talking about.
You can always check out the Twitter feeds of Think Inclusive, MCIE, and Carol Quirk (CEO of MCIE), but here are 34 more Twitter accounts that you need to follow to stay “in the know” about inclusion.
Proud military wife and mother of 3; one who happens to rock an extra chromosome. Disability advocate and blogger at http://inclusionevolution.com
SWIFT is a national research and technical assistance center that promotes learning achievement for each and every student.
An alliance of organizations committed to ensuring that all students are served during #COVID19 and beyond. Dedicated to equity. Tweets are not endorsements.
Official twitter handle of the Henderson K-12 Inclusion School in Boston, a public school that educates students of all abilities together! #bettertogether
Include Me is a school based initiative working to inclusively educate all students with disabilities in regular ed classes.
Nicole Eredics is an Inclusive Educator, Speaker, and Author of Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum (http://bit.ly/eredics).
promoting inclusive communities where all people belong, acceptance of diversity & people w/ disabilities. A non-profit all volunteer organization #KidsTogether
Promoting full access, equal opportunities, and participation for all.
Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion for People with Disabilities Since 1975
The Inclusive Schools Network (ISN) is a web-based resource for families, schools and communities that promotes inclusive educational practices worldwide.
KIT promotes acceptance of differences by teaching inclusive practices to people who serve children.
Working for inclusion for people of all abilities + backgrounds. All means all!
We ensure that children, youth, and adults with disabilities and special health care needs participate as full members of their schools and communities.
We support families and educators in providing high-quality, inclusive education for each and every child from 0 to 5 years old.
A collective for folks looking to start Inclusion Education
All learners deserve to meet their potential, from preschool to high school and beyond. Tweets about inclusive education, UDL, co-teaching, disability, & more.
The positive pursuit of inclusion from the parent perspective.
The SIP project provides support to LEAs focused on implementing, sustaining, and scaling up evidence-based inclusive practices.
A national leader in the development and implementation of an unique model of inclusive education. (Retweet and/or follow do not imply endorsement.)
All Means All is the Australian Alliance for Inclusive Education, a multi stakeholder alliance working for inclusive education in Australia. Memb @inclusionintl
Internationally recognized expert in universal design #UDL, educator, author, proud momma of 4, & lover of red heels.
CAST | Until learning has no limits® Working to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning.
All means all. Research & Campaigns @change2win
New Jersey’s only nonprofit organization solely focused on creating bright futures for children with disabilities through inclusive education. #InclusionWorks
We open doors for all kids to be included together and experience all that life has to offer. We believe that no child should sit on the sidelines.
Assisting education agencies with learning, equity, and change; inclusive education, UDL, implementation science, MTSS, Enneagram, Opinions are my employer’s!
A storytelling, inclusive educator and researcher in BC, Canada. Author of “ONE Without the Other: Stories of unity through diversity and inclusion” (she/her)
Ollibean is a cross-disability community for families and advocates committed to access and full inclusion.
Tim Villegas is the Director of Communications for MCIE, Editor-in-Chief of Think Inclusive, and the host of the Think Inclusive Podcast. Follow him on Twitter @TheRealTimVegas.