Posts Tagged ‘Parents’

Inclusion in Afghanistan

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

You’re going WHERE?’ was the anxious response from most people when I told them that I had accepted a job in Afghanistan, where I would spend a month evaluating an inclusion project for the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA). (more…)

New Academies must comply with SEN Legislation… So what next??

Friday, August 27th, 2010

Whatever we think about Academies, they are here to stay and in the lead up to the Academies Act 2010, ALLFIE felt that it was better to focus on making sure that all existing and any new academies complied with SEN legislation rather than questioning the existence of Academies as a potential signal of further privatisation of the education system in the UK. (more…)

Japan: Government report backs inclusive education

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Allfie recently hosted a party of visitors from Japan who had travelled to the UK to learn more about inclusive education from a UK perspective. The group included Government officials, teachers, parents and academics. (more…)