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Global inclusive education updates from EENET and other organisations.

[NEW] Listening to IDPs to achieve inclusive and equitable quality education
An unprecedented number of people are on the move globally due to conflict, violence, or natural disasters. More focus is put onto refugees and less is on people that have been displaced within their own national borders – internally displaced people (IDPs). This synthesis paper collects research on the situation of IDPs and the outcomes … Continue reading [NEW] Listening to IDPs to achieve inclusive and equitable quality education

Deaf Education in the Global South – new web resource
A MESHGuide has been written for teachers and professionals in deaf education, professionals in special needs, non-government-organisations (NGOs) – especially those that support deaf education, audiologists, parents, headteachers and teacher-training institutes in developing countries, and trustees of charities. This guide covers a range of aspects associated with deaf education in the Global South (low and middle … Continue reading Deaf Education in the Global South – new web resource

Early childhood education should be compulsory and inclusive
This morning, a new policy paper, Right from the Start, reminds countries of their SDG 4 commitment to ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care and pre-primary education so that they are ready for primary education.

Inclusion Now, No.58, Spring 2021
Read the latest edition of Inclusion Now. A voice for the Inclusion Movement in the UK. Published by The Alliance for Inclusive Education, World of Inclusion and Inclusive Solutions.

EdTech for Learners with Disabilities in Primary School Settings in LMICS: A Systematic Literature Review
Educational technology plays an important role in ensuring children and young people with disabilities have fair access to the school curriculum, along with opportunities that can help develop their independence and social involvement. EdTech can play a powerful and dominant role in supporting children’s learning, and they do this by providing access to technology and … Continue reading EdTech for Learners with Disabilities in Primary School Settings in LMICS: A Systematic Literature Review

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