ISSN 1360-3116 (Print); ISSN 1464-5173 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Critical analyses of inclusive education policy: an international survey (Part 2)
Inclusion and the standards agenda: negotiating policy pressures in England
Ainscow, Mel; Booth, Tony; Dyson, Alan
Can the introduction of an inclusion index move a system forward?
Inclusive school community: why is it so complex?
Carrington, Suzanne; Robinson, Robyn
Turf and tension: psychiatric and inclusive communities servicing students referred for emotional and behavioural difficulties
Heath, Nancy Lee; McLean‐Heywood, Diane; Rousseau, Cecile; Petrakos, Harriet; Finn, Cindy; Karagiannakis, Anastasia
Effective early reading instruction and inclusion: some reflections on mutual dependence
Strengthened adapted education for all — no more special education?
Nes, Kari; Strømstad, Marit
Greek teachers' belief systems about disability and inclusive education
Zoniou‐Sideri, Athina; Vlachou, Anastasia
Never say never: the case for Iraqi Judeo‐Arabic
Modernization of Indonesian Islamic schools' curricula, 1945–2003
Creating a joint partnership: including Qallunaat teacher voices within Nunavik education policy
The soldier and the seductress: a post‐structuralist analysis of gendered citizenship through inclusion in and exclusion from language and social studies textbooks in Pakistan
Ayaz Naseem, M.
Impact of a multipronged approach to inclusion: having all partners on side