Global inclusive education updates from EENET and other organisations.[Online community] Join the Inclusive Education Initiative LinkedIn Community of Practice
Join 27,000 other people who have signed up to the Inclusive Education Initiatives’ Community of Practice on LinkedIn. It is free to join and gives you access to contributions, ideas and debates to achieve the goal of ensuring all children have access to quality, inclusive education. Just go to your LinkedIn page and search for … Continue reading [Online community] Join the Inclusive Education Initiative LinkedIn Community of Practice [Toolkit] Do you need tips on designing accessible learning assessments?
Toolkit: Using Principles of Universal Design for Assessment (UDA) to Design Accessible Learning Toolkit Assessments. The purpose of this toolkit is to generate knowledge on how to develop and adapt assessment tools using principles of universal design that yield reliable and valid data and information to track the learning outcomes of marginalized learners, including learners … Continue reading [Toolkit] Do you need tips on designing accessible learning assessments? [Report] The São Paulo Smart Mobility Programme gets children to school
This report highlights the development of the São Paulo Smart Mobility Programme – which implemented various technical analyses and consultancy projects to promote integrated and sustainable transport systems in São Paulo. The ‘Safe and Accessible School Routes for Children’ project within the programme improved accessibility for the most vulnerable populations such as children, caregivers, and … Continue reading [Report] The São Paulo Smart Mobility Programme gets children to school [Report] Anthology of articles about inclusive education in Africa
Read this anthology of articles from inclusive education specialists. Each author presents a candid portrayal of inclusive education in their country with recommendations going forward. Insights are from Cameroon, Egypt, eSwatini, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia. You can read more about this series on inclusive education on the journal’s website. [Blog] How nonviolence education can promote equality and inclusion
Using nonviolence to reconceptualize inclusive education the the Global South. In this blog post, Gaston Bacquet explores how nonviolence education can promote a sense of equality and inclusion not purely from a narrative that has focused primarily on disability and special needs, as has been the norm for the last two decades, but from one … Continue reading [Blog] How nonviolence education can promote equality and inclusion