San Francisco ISW was established in 2010 by Mayoral Proclamation on the steps of CIty Hall through the leadership of Miraloma alum, Catherine Dauer, in keeping with National Inclusive Schools Week. SFUSD works to support the district's participation through by providing Principals with resources and information. SFUSD's annual effort is coordinated through SFUSD's Special Education department; visit SFUSD's website for more information.
- Inclusive Schools is an educational philosophy that fosters mutual respect for diversity and differences and value for a school community that is reflective of our whole world and society, and provides students the social and emotional tools and role models to be empathetic humans. An inclusive school community embraces everyone equitably, including people with disabilities, cultural diversity, all socio-economic demographics, English language learners. [Learn more]
- Inclusion Services are specific support services provided to students with special needs, learning challenges and life-threatening medical conditions by our Special Ed staff and teachers to help them succeed in class. [Learn more]