How do we provide support
for best practices in inclusive education?

What's New

Making and Keeping Friends

Making and Keeping Friends

Check out our new product for families, with tips and suggestions to help their student with a disability make and keep friends.

What's New

The Family F.A.C.T. Folios have been revised

The Family F.A.C.T. Folios have been revised! 

Please visit our families page to view these resources in English, Spanish, and Haitian-Creole.

Our Services

The Florida Inclusion Network (FIN) collaborates with all districts and schools to provide customized services and supports ensuring all students with disabilities have the same educational, social, and future opportunities as their peers. We offer:

  • District Capacity Building
  • Family Support and Resources
  • School-Based Planning, Implementation and Support
  • Resources and Products

Learn more >

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Core Practices

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BPIE Assessment

Please click here to learn about the self-assessment tool for districts and schools to assess their current inclusive practices.

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Scheduling Supports for Students with Disabilities

Please click here to learn about the student-centered scheduling process to provide services and supports for students with disabilities in their least restrictive environment.

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Peers as Partners in Learning

Please click here to learn about the PPL  courses and programs in secondary schools.

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Best Practices for Collaborative Teaching

Please click here to learn how FIN can support  Collaborative Teaching partnerships.

Let’s review some statistics about our Project

For more details, check out our Annual Report.
More than 212 District BPIEs and 10,814 School BPIEs since 2013
3,489 professional development offerings with 22,250 participants
49,002 products developed and disseminated
2,267 students enrolled in middle and high school Peers as Partners in Learning courses
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