Inclusive Education

Inclusion embodies the values and practices that support the right of every student, regardless of ability, to access and participate in their school and community.

Inclusive experiences for children with and without disabilities and their families create a sense of belonging and membership, positive social relationships and friendships, and development and learning to reach their full potential.

Our students have the same access to academic, non-academic, extra-curricular, and community activities and educational settings as their nondisabled peers, whenever appropriate.

Inclusive Schools Week 2018

Last year's Inclusive Schools Week theme was "Kaleidoscope of Friends."
See how our schools celebrated last year

Inclusive Schools Week 2017

The following schools were featured by FCPS during Inclusive Schools Week 2017: Bush Hill ES, Columbia ES, Fairfax Villa ES, Flint Hill ES, Fox Mill ES, Franklin Sherman ES, Gunston ES, Key Center, Key MS, Langley HS, Madison HS, Oakton HS, Robinson Secondary, Rolling Valley ES, Shrevewood ES, Westfield HS, and Willow Springs ES.
See how our schools celebrated in 2017

15th Annual Special Education Conference

The conference will focus on supporting inclusive and evidence-based high leverage practices for students with disabilities. It will be held on Saturday, April 18th, at Hayfield Secondary School.