The SACE Board provides all students with opportunities for success in completing the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).
The Board recognises that some students may not be able to participate in SACE curriculum and assessment on the same basis as other students if all students are treated in the same way.
The SACE Board, as an educational provider, and schools, as educational institutions share responsibilities and obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and Disability Standards for Education 2005 to make reasonable adjustments in curriculum and assessment to enable students eligible on the grounds of disability, to participate in programs, and associated assessments, on the same basis as other students. The SACE Board also recognises that students affected my misadventure, or personal circumstances that are beyond their control, or the control of their schools, may also require reasonable adjustments in curriculum and assessment to participate in programs, and associated assessments, on the same basis as other students.
Changes in 2018
Following a review of the Special Provisions in Curriculum and Assessment policy and procedures, schools are reminded that processes and procedures have changed for 2018. Information will be uploaded progressively.