the practicalities of inclusive education
the gap between inclusive policy and practice
a re-configured role for special schools
how the process of inclusion will develop beyond the classroom.
Individuals who have learning difficulties are increasingly finding their place in non-specialist schools. This book considers the ways in which society can continue to support the process of inclusion as full-time education leads on to employment and independent living. The text reflects current developments in thinking and practice, and brings together a broad range of expertise and experience - it brims with enthusiasm for a positive approach that leads on to practical success.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 431 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 16 mm
'... this book is an impressive contribution to a growing body of literature on inclusion. It clearly lives up to its title, in that it tackles practice-based issues in a combative and authoritative manner.' - British Journal of Educational Studies
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