Inclusive education resources

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Cross cutting issues.  Inclusive education (general)
Over recent years, approaches in education for children with disabilities have been moving from special needs education towards inclusive education, reflecting a change from the medical to the social model of disability, as well as a growing human rights focus in the disability field. In 1994, the Salamanca Statement declared that schools should accept all children regardless of disability or special educational need. This international statement was reinforced by article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities in 2006.

The resources in this key list include practical guides, manuals and case-studies for practitioners, teachers, parents and school age children.