Welcome to the Inclusive Education Knowledge Centre!
Education is key in allowing each of us to reach our human potential and is the first step in developing an inclusive society. Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN CRPD) fully recognises the rights of persons with disabilities to education, without discrimination. Therefore the provision and facilitation of inclusive education opportunities is a crucial part of the work of specialised and mainstream service providers.Currently this database is under construction. Here you will be able to find regularly updated database of theoretical and practical materials & resources in the field of Inclusive Education
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InvesTT-Dissemination & Exploitation of Results
In 2015 the InvesTT project, several national seminars and four
stakeholder fora were organised to share the results of the project and
convince other schools to develop a learning environment with a
universal design in their own school. Below you can find the reports on
La Inclusión Educativa en España Desde la Perspectiva de Alumnos con Discapacidad Intelectual, de Familias y de Profesionales
The aim of this document is to show the perspective of students with intellectual disabilities, families and professionals on inclusive education in Spain.
Political will- The Main Barrier to Inclusive Education
In this document EASPD is adressing the problem of lack of political will to invest and contribute in establishing effective inclusive systems as one of the great barriers to inclusive education. The conclusions are drawn from the EASPD annual conference “Inclusive teaching programmes: Let’s develop it together!” in 2015.
Salzburg Education Declaration: Towards More Inclusive Learning Environments in Europe
This paper presents the principles of inclusive learning environments, explaining the role which the European Union and the local and national authorities play. EASPD also makes recommendations addressed to the different actors involved in this topic.
SignLibrary is a tool that facilitate access to literature and cultural knowledge by translating World Literature into Sign Language.
Study of Services to Support the Inclusion of Persons with Disability in Mainstreaming Environments
This study is part of a series of reports published by EPR that aim to provide evidence of trends and developments in
delivery of services to people with disabilities. This particular study presents services from the EPR membership that
support the inclusion of persons with disabilities in mainstream environments.
This is a report on Teach (Tackling Educational deficits through Arts and Crafts based Enterprise Learning) is a cross field partnership of Adult Education, VET and Employer bodies, and it is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme.
Teaching Programmes with Universal Design and Lists of Reasonable Accommodations
Following the theoretical framework developed by the research team in the InvesTT project, a teaching programme with a universal design was developed for each partner school, along with a list of reasonable accommodations. These teaching programmes and reasonable accommodations were tried and tested during two school years, to reach the following final results.
The Main Barriers to Inclusive Education: Lack of Political Will and Fear to Change
In this document EASPD is addressing the problem of the lack of political will to invest and contribute in establishing effective inclusive systems as one of the great barriers to inclusive education. The conclusions are drawn from the EASPD annual conference “Inclusive teaching programmes: Let’s develop it together!” in 2015.