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    DDA Education Standards Guide
    DDA Education Standards Accessible Formats Website and Booklet.
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    DDA: Disability Standards for Education 2005
    Disability Standards for Education were formulated under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and tabled in the Parliament on 17 March 2005. They came into effect in August 2005. The Standards clari...
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    Disability Standards and Guidelines
    Under the DDA, Disability Standards may be made to specify rights/ responsibilities about equal access and opportunity for people with a disability, in more detail and with more certainty than the DDA...
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    Disability Standards for Education
    The Disability Standards for Education are subordinate legislation to the DDA and education providers must comply with them. They aim to clarify the legal obligations in relation to education.&nb...
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    Disability Standards for Education - Attorney General, Australia
    Overview of the Disability Standards for Education from the Australian Attorney General's department. Including the Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) that was prepared by the Commonwealth Department...
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    Disability Standards for Education 2005 - Guidance notes
    The Disability Standards for Education 2005 were formulated under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and tabled in Parliament on 17 March 2005. They came into effect in August 2005. The Standards ...
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    Disability Standards for Education explained
    This website will help users understand important parts of the DDA Education Standards. The information is provided in three different ways: Plain English Text, AUSLAN and Audio Format. There is an a...
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    Heads-Up: Disability Standards for Education (DSE) staff training
    HEADS-UP provides a quality, on-line training for staff of Australian universities to bring them up to date with the requirements of the Disability Standards for Education (DSE).
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    International Convention on human rights and disability
    The UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities is intended as a human rights instrument with an explicit, social development dimension. It adopts a broad categorisation of persons with d...
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    Rights and Responsibilities of Staff and Students
    Through the DDA and the Disability Standards for Education students with disability and post-secondary education staff have clear rights and responsibilities. Student Rights & Responsibiliti...
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