Fully Integrated Organizational Structure

A Fully Integrated Organizational Structure means full participation in the general education curriculum for all students.  All students participate in the general education curriculum instruction and activities of their grade level peers, and schools embrace ways to redefine roles of paraeducators and teaching assistants to support all students.

Swift in 60 Seconds

This film shows how in a fully integrated organizational structure students, educators, support personnel and families work together to support full participation in the general education curriculum.

In-Depth


  • Discussion Guide: Fully Integrated Organizational Structure

    Use this discussion guide along with the SWIFT in 60 video to talk with school stakeholders about what a fully integrated organizational structure could look like at your school.

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  • Introduction to Fully Integrated Organizational Structure

    Use this PowerPoint to introduce the SWIFT feature: Fully Integrated Organizational Structure. The PowerPoint provides guidance on why the feature is essential for inclusive school reform. It also introduces implementation steps and examples.

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  • Steps to Get You Started: Fully Integrated Organizational Structure

    Your school can take specific action steps to develop a fully integrated organizational structure.

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