By Mary Dickins
The key issues in inclusion are explored via an A - Z process overlaying key recommendations, theories / theorists, and figures.
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Instead a dual system is being maintained and although there are many success stories there are warnings that we are merely perpetuating a two-tier system which segregates those whom the education system regards as challenging or undesirable. The closure of special schools in particular has been criticised as inhibiting parental choice and giving rise to an increase in exclusion. As proponents of inclusion have long acknowledged, there is a growing body of children with complex health needs and emotional and behavioural difficulties that it is proving difficult to include successfully in mainstream educational settings.
In 2010 the Conservative manifesto promised to ‘end the bias towards inclusion’ in relation to special educational needs and disability, and this intention has now been ratified as part of coalition policy. Many campaigners and commentators believe that this policy will be damaging and that what has been lacking, even under New Labour, is political will and an understanding of the underlying concepts upon which the vision of an inclusive education system should be built. The Labour government, according to critics, held back from a full programme for inclusion which would involve the transfer of specialist skills and knowledge to mainstream schools.
The Labour government, according to critics, held back from a full programme for inclusion which would involve the transfer of specialist skills and knowledge to mainstream schools. Proponents of an inclusive education system see this transfer of resources as an essential part of the process. Additionally, they argue that mainstream schools should themselves be restructured to increase their capacity to respond to student diversity. Instead a dual system is being maintained and although there are many success stories there are warnings that we are merely perpetuating a two-tier system which segregates those whom the education system regards as challenging or undesirable.
A - Z of Inclusion in Early Childhood by Mary Dickins