The existence of a policy does not necessarily mean that a school will ‘enact’ it (Fulcher, 1997). Queensland Government’s current P-12 Curriculum Framework provides schools with a direction to achieve “a curriculum for all”. However, experience with working with secondary school staff is that they are commonly unaware of the implications of this policy to their everyday work. In fact, they usually respond to any references by the writer to a “curriculum for all” (meaning providing a curriculum for all students in their class, including those with disabilities) with “Where does it say I have to do that?” Meaning, “…where is that in writing?”
Akinyanju, Kim; Allen, Korrie; and Lorek, Edward
"“Mega Champs” Field Trip: A Lesson in Character Development,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 58.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol9/iss1/58