Harry Daniels, Philip Garner
Psychology Press, 1999 - Education - 268 pages
Inclusive education" is the term now used to describe the incorporation of special needs into mainstream education. This selection of papers provides perspectives and dialogue on inclusive education from around the world, defining the philosophical, political and educational implications.
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