Assessing the Merits of the Theory of Inclusive Special Education

          Introduction As a general principle, educators strive to create inclusive learning environments to accommodate learners from different abilities (Florian, 2008). The current ethic assumption is the right to inclusive education for persons with disabilities: inclusive education meaning that students, regardless of ability can become part of the school community (Ainscow, … Continue reading Assessing the Merits of the Theory of Inclusive Special Education

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