On Educational Inclusion: Meanings, History, Issues and International Perspectives

1st Edition

James M. Kauffman

Routledge
February 27, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 288 Pages - 4 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367361242 - CAT# 318438
Series: Connecting Research with Practice in Special and Inclusive Education

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Summary

Combining examination of policy with primary research and analysis of up-to-date literature, On Inclusive Education explores the various interpretations of inclusion, its history in education, and a range of its applications internationally.

With an international complement of authors, this book features detailed yet accessible chapters on a range of topics, including: inclusion in law; academically gifted students; students with severe, sensory and multiple impairments; and case studies from Germany, Portugal, the Netherlands and Russian Federation. The book also examines the impact of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities – and Article 24 in particular – and the likely legacies and future implications of recent inclusion movements.

For postgraduate students and academics researching in the field of inclusive education, and also for school administrators and policy makers, On Inclusive Education is an essential resource.

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