Inclusive Education: Policy, Contexts and Comparative Perspectives
Felicity Armstrong, Derrick Armstrong, Len Barton
D. Fulton Publishers, 2000 - Education - 169 pages
This volume is based on material arising out of collaborative work which addresses the question of inclusive education in the context of policy and practice in a number of different countries including France, England, Greece, Australia, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden and the USA.
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