Inclusive Education: Where there are few resources (2002) – Sue Stubbs
The goal of this publication is to encourage an in-depth understanding of inclusive education concepts, strategies and key issues. The document will soon be available from the website.
Available from EENET and from:
The Atlas Alliance
PO BOX 9218 Grønland
0134 Oslo, Norway
Tel: + 47 22 17 46 47
Fax: + 47 23 16 35 95
Seeking a Fine Balance: Lessons from Inclusive Education in Lao PDR (2002) – J.C. Holdsworth, Save the Children UK
This is a personal perspective on how inclusive education was implemented in Lao, SE Asia, which is written in the form of a case study.
Available from EENET.
Denied a future? The right to education of Roma/Gypsy and Traveller children in Europe (2001) – Save the Children UK
This report examines 14 countries across Europe. It highlights the impact that a lack of personal security and freedom of movement and powerlessness all have on access to education for Roma/Gypsy and Traveller children.
ISBN: 1-84187-058-7 Price £30 for 4 volume set
To order contact:
Save the Children Publications
c/o Plymbridge Distributors Ltd
Plymouth PL6 7PY, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1752 202301
Fax: +44 (0)1752 202333
A PDF version can also be downloaded from www.savethechildren.org.uk
Learning Together in the Mpika Inclusive Education Project
A report on a three-year project to promote inclusive education in Mpika District, Northern Province, Zambia. The report is due for publication on the Child-to-Child website in March 2003. There are a limited number of hard copies for organisations without internet access. A short video film about the project is also available.
For further details contact:
Institute of Education,
20 Bedford Way,
London WC1H 0AL, UK
Making Special Education Inclusive: From Research to Practice (2002) – P. Farrell and M. Ainscow (editors)
A book for professionals in the field of education, with a UK focus.
David Fulton Publishers,
The Chiswick Centre,
414 Chiswick High Road,
London W4 5TF, UK
Price: £17 & £2.50 P&P (UK)
Index for Inclusion: Developing Learning and Participation in Schools (revised 2002) – T. Booth and M. Ainscow
This practical guide aims to help direct schools through a process of inclusive school development.
Centre for Studies in Inclusive Education (CSIE)
Bristol BS16 1QU, UK
Tel: + 44 (0) 117 344 4007
Fax: + 44 (0) 117344 4005
School Inclusion – the Newham Story of De-segregation (2002) – L. Jordan & C. Goodey CSIE
This new edition of The Newham Story (well known as the least segregated Local Education Authority in England) will inspire teachers, heads and LEA officers to carry out their work in inclusion.
Available from CSIE – see above
Price: £10 (incl. UK P&P)
Dreaming the Dream. Inclusion: An issue of Social Justice. Parents for Inclusion.
A short document on the importance of inclusion and how it can be achieved – expressed through the voices of young disabled children, disabled adults and parents.
Parents for Inclusion,
Unit 2, 70 South Lambeth Road,
London SW8 1RL, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7735 7735
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7735 3828
Helpline: +44 (0 )20 7582 5008