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Understanding and Developing Inclusive Practices in Schools

Grant reference: L139251001

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TLRP: The development of inclusive practices in schools: through what processes can schools become more inclusive? - TLRP Research Briefing 6
Inclusion is one of the major challenges facing education systems around the world. The question of how schools can include all children from the communities they serve and enable them both to participate to the full and achieve highly is a pressing concern for anyone concerned with issues of equity in contemporary and future society. While there are some outstanding examples of inclusive schools in many countries, the processes by which all schools might grow to be more inclusive are not well understood. This briefing reports on a three-year collaboration between researchers and practitioners that has led to new understandings about how inclusive practice can develop in an English context.
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Author M Ainscow

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