Ontario's Vision for Education

“Ontario schools need to be places where everyone can succeed in a culture of high expectations. They need to be places where educators and students value diversity, respect each other, and see themselves reflected in their learning. It is particularly im- portant to provide the best possible learning opportunities and supports for students who may be at risk of not succeeding. . . .

“. . . The fundamental principle driving this work is that every student has the opportunity to succeed, regardless of ancestry, culture, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, language, physical and intellectual ability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic status or other factors.”

(Achieving Excellence, 2014, p. 8)


The IB supports the following principles of an inclusive education where: 

education for all is considered a human right 


•education is enhanced by the creation of affirmative, responsive environments that promote a sense of belonging, safety, self-worth and whole growth for every student 


•every educator is an educator of all students 


•learning is considered from a strength-based perspective 


•learning diversity is valued as a rich resource for building inclusive communities 


•all learners belong and experience equal opportunities to participate and engage in quality learning 


•full potential is unlocked through connecting with, and building on, previous knowledge 


•assessment provides all learners with opportunities to demonstrate their learning, which is rewarded and celebrated 


•multilingualism is recognized as a fact, a right and a resource 


•all students in the school community fully participate in an IB education and are empowered to 

exercise their rights and accept their responsibilities as citizens 


•all students in the school community have a voice and are listened to so that their input and insights 

are taken into account 


•all students in the school community develop the IB learner profile attributes and develop into inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect 


•diversity is understood to include all members of a community 


•all students experience success as a key component of learning.

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