Welcome to the Inclusive Education Knowledge Centre!
Education is key in allowing each of us to reach our human potential and is the first step in developing an inclusive society. Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) fully recognises the rights of persons with disabilities to education, without discrimination. Therefore the provision and facilitation of inclusive education opportunities is a crucial part of the work of specialised and mainstream service providers.Currently this database is under construction. Here you will be able to find regularly updated database of theoretical and practical materials & resources in the field of Inclusive Education
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IE+ Country Reports on State of Play of Inclusive Education
EASPD and its partners in the ‘Promoting positive attitudes and evidence-based policy for inclusive education’ (IE+) project believe that the realisation of fully inclusive education systems across Europe is a real and achievable goal. To support the development and implementation of evidence-based policies for inclusive education, the project partners have released 5 country reports to provide a state of play of inclusive education in Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Spain and PortugalThese reports provide an overview of the current legal, policy and school practice in place in each country;
Inclusive Education for Learners with Disabilities
This study, commissioned by the Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the Committee on Petitions, has been prepared to examine the issue of inclusive education for learners with disabilities. It provides an overview of definitions for and background to inclusive education, and of the role of international organisations and the European Union in this issue. The study also looks into the situation of inclusive education in the EU Member States and the main perspectives for the future.
Inclusive Education in Iceland
This article presents a description of the Icelandic educational system with a special focus on the inclusive education in Iceland.
Inclusive Education- Questionnaire Methodology
EASPD aimed at providing an overview of the statutory legislation and prescriptions regarding inclusive education in several European countries.The material was collected on the basis of a questionnaire, developed by the University of Siegen.
Inclusive VET per Country
In this section of the knowledge centre you will find specific information on the Vocational Educational and Training system in partner countries: Slovenia, Belgium, Noway, Austria.
Index for Inclusion
This article is about promoting the education and the access to mainstream schools for all the children, disabled or not.
Information Activities in Schools
This report is conducted by an association and has on focus a health education activity in a Romanian school. A special attention was given to HIV-AIDS.
Investing against Evidence. The Global State of Early Childhood Care and Education
Early childhood care and education (ECCE) is unambiguously a key concern for education stakeholders. It is a critical starting point in realizing equitable, quality education and lifelong learning – an aspiration framing the post-2015 global education agenda. This book features these and other lessons from research and experience from different continents. Its thematic orientation addressing investment rationales, equity and quality reflects that of the World Conference on ECCE.
The European Association of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) and 13 European partners worked between 2012-2015 to develop INVESTT - a strategy at EU level for implementing a universal design for learning and innovative actions in the regular vocational education and training system (VET).
Four vocational schools in Europe - Austria, Belgium, Norway and Slovenia - piloted new approaches in VET programmes together with local service providers and researchers.
These resources provide research on VET in Austria, Belgium, Norway and Slovenia as well as an EU Strategy on Inclusive Vocational Education and Specialised Tailor-made Training.