“An inclusive education system at all levels” – what does this mean today? Dr Tim Williams examines the facts versus the declarations

The Salamanca declaration (UNESCO, 1994) is often thought to mark a turning point in the move towards inclusive education. It declared that education was right for all and that the education should take place in regular education settings. It has been reinforced by the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (aka CRPD – […]

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