Call for evidence: reasonable adjustments and inclusive educational environments
Deadline for submissions is Wednesday 1 November at 5pm.
ECU is calling for examples from the higher education sector across the UK and colleges in Scotland on equality and diversity work around the protected characteristic of disability.
Specifically, ECU is calling for short case studies of work in teaching and learning to make reasonable adjustments and develop inclusive education environments.
The outcomes of the case studies will form part of an online hub of resources for institutions, which will provide guidance on reasonable adjustments and inclusive educational environments at key moments in the student life cycle.
What sort of examples can be submitted?
We want to get a picture of the wide range of work happening around reasonable adjustments and inclusive educational environments, including approaches, initiatives, policies and projects, large or small, and across the full range of university services and functions and colleges in Scotland.
We are interested to hear about ‘best practice’ and projects which demonstrate innovative approaches or solutions, clear impact, and transferable tools. We are also keen to hear about less successful projects and areas of challenge, which can be anonymised if you prefer.
We are particularly keen to hear about:
- the aims at the start of the project
- how the success of the project has been measured
- whether any elements of the project worked particularly well, or did not work in the way that was intended
- any learning points or reflections that could be shared with other institutions
Submitting your evidence
Equality Challenge Unit,
First Floor, Westminster Tower,
3 Albert Embankment,
London SE1 7SP
This standardised format will help us to review and compare work across the sector.
However please contact us if you would like alternative formats, or if you prefer to arrange a discussion either prior to or instead of filling out the form.
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 1 November at 5pm.
Please contact Anna Bradshaw, Policy Officer on 020 3870 6021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.