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    Inclusive Education Theory and Policy: Moving from Special Educational Needs to Equity

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    ISBN: 9780335250394
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    AuthorSoan, Sue
    Pub Date29/06/2023
    Publisher: OPEN UNIV PRESS
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    This book provides an overview of the development of SEND, connecting the work of earlier educational thinkers with the challenges and identities of teachers today. The chapters explore the movement away from separate educational systems to create a truly integrated education system to represent all children and young people's needs and voices.

    By highlighting how the English education system is currently undervalued this book encourages new ideas to build on these foundations rather than a constant cycle of reforms. This is essential as education adjusts so that 21st century skills can flourish for both teachers and students.

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