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Understanding and Developing Inclusive Practices in Schools

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Understanding and developing inclusive practices in schools : a collaborative action research network
This paper provides an account of the methodological lessons and emerging findings of a collaborative action research network in England. The Network involves teams of researchers from three universities in working alongside school and local education authority practitioners as they explore ways of developing more inclusive practices. The analysis of these experiences throws light on the nature of the tensions between national policies for raising standards, as determined by the aggregation of test and examination scores, and polices for reducing marginalization and exclusion within the English education service. The paper also explains what has been learnt about the potential benefits of partnerships between practitioners and academics.
Original Document
10.1080/1360311032000158015
English

Primary contributor

Author Mel Ainscow

Additional contributors

Co-author Tony Booth
Co-author Alan Dyson

Additional details

8
2
Yes
1360-3116
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
01 April 2004
125-139
Abingdon
Post-print
International journal of inclusive education

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Harvard

Ainscow, Mel et al (2004) Understanding and developing inclusive practices in schools : a collaborative action research network. International journal of inclusive education. 8 (2), pp. 125-139 Abingdon: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Vancouver

Ainscow Mel et al. Understanding and developing inclusive practices in schools : a collaborative action research network. International journal of inclusive education 2004; 8 (2): 125-139.