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Lessons in Educational EqualitySuccessful Approaches to Intractable Problems Around the World$
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Jody Heymann and Adele Cassola

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199755011

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199755011.001.0001

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Effective Approaches to Making Inclusive Education a Part of Education for All

Effective Approaches to Making Inclusive Education a Part of Education for All

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(p.142) 7 Effective Approaches to Making Inclusive Education a Part of Education for All
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Lessons in Educational Equality
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Bob Prouty

Koli Banik

Deepa Srikantaiah

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199755011.003.0007

Efforts to advance educational inclusion for children with disabilities must be sustained and accelerated in the years to come if equity for this group, and universal education in general, is to be achieved. This includes addressing remaining gaps in provision, including the shortage of trained teachers, locally-adapted pedagogies, and essential data to monitor progress and gaps for children with disabilities. This chapter addresses the challenges associated with increasing access to primary education for children with disabilities and describes what is being done internationally to address these challenges. In particular, the chapter looks at programs to promote equity and the challenges that remain in implementing such programs. Examples are given from countries with disability programs that are receiving support through the Education for All – Fast Track Initiative (FTI).

Keywords:   education for All, universal education, children with disabilities, educational equity, educational equality, inclusive education, educational access, primary education

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