Useful Publications from Newsletter 2
Available from EENET unless otherwise stated
Why exams and tests do not help disabled and non-disabled children learn in the same school
Simone Aspis (1998) Simone is a disabled special school surviver who was labelled by the examination/assessment system as having learning difficulties. Simone is an independent inclusive education campaigner. She is available for running seminars and workshops on a freelance consultancy basis.
Simone Aspis . Changing Perspectives . 40 Churchill Road . Willesden . London . UK . Tel/Fax: 0181 459 5717
Simone’s paper is available from EENET or from: Bolton Dat for Inclusion . Bolton Institute . Chadwick Street . Bolton . Lancashire . BL2 1JW . UK . Tel: +44 1204 528851 . Fax: +44 1204 399074 . Email: email@example.com
What works in Inclusive Education?
Judy Sebba with Darshan Sachdev This report reviews research from UK, Europe, North America and Australasia.
Available from: Barnado’s Child Care Publications . Tanners Lane . Barkingside . Ilford . Essex . IG6 1QG . Tel: +44 1268 520 224 . Fax: +44 1268 284 804
Cost: £7.99 ISBN No: 0-902046-43-8
Inclusive Education on the Agenda (1998)
A useful reference booklet which summarises major international initiatives that support the development of inclusive education.
Available from UNESCO . Special Education . 7 Place de Fontenoy . 75352 Paris 07 SP . France . Tel: +33 1 45 68 1137/95 . Fax: +33 1 45 68 5626/7/ 8
From Them To Us: an international study of inclusion in education (1998)
Edited by Tony Booth and Mel Ainscow This new publication tackles questions such as “Can there be a global view of inclusive education?” through a series of case studies set in eight different countries
The book is published by Routledge and the ISDN numbers are as follows: Hardback: 0-415 18739-7 (£47.50) Paperback: 0-415-13979-1 (£15.99)
A Chance in Life: Principles and Practice in Basic Primary Education for Children (SCF 1998)
Kimberley Ogadhoh & Marion Molteno ISBN No: 1 899120 69 6 This is a practical booklet for anyone working to increase children’s educational chances. It argues for inclusive and developmental education systems.
Available from SCF’s Publication Sales . 17 Grove Lane . London . SE5 8RD . UK . Fax: +44 171 703 2508
Their manner of speaking
Sudha Kaul & Anne Warrick (1998) This is a book about augmentative and alternative communication. Cost £15
This is a problem-based and well illustrated manual. It has been produced by therapists working in partnership with care-givers, parents and children with cerebral palsy. ISBN No: 1 86814 329 5 Cost: £7 plus £3 surface mail post
Witwatersrand University Press . PO Wits 2050 Johannesburg . South Africa . Tel: +27 11 484 5907 . Fax: +27 11 484 5971 . Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The education of children with special needs in Central and Eastern Europe: Barriers and Opportunities
Mel Ainscow and Memmenasha Haile-Giorgis. (1998)
This study looks at 27 countries, whose economies are “in transition”.
Available from UNICEF . International Child Development Dentre (ICDC) . 50122 Florence . Italy . Fax: +39 55 24 4817 . Email: email@example.com