Here you’ll find all sorts of useful resources around inclusive education. You can also see these divided up into resources you may find helpful if you’re a parent, an education professional, a Disabled person or a Disabled People’s Organisation, or a decision maker.
Current Debates: Part 2
Exploring support provision for disabled learners and the importance of international human rights in addressing barriers to inclusive education. Academic and ALLFIE trustee Dr Miro Griffiths MBE continues his three part series for education students on some of the key issues around inclusive education.
Legal guide: the “right” to inclusive education in English law
Barrister Stephen Broach looks at how families can use the law in pressing for mainstream education for their child or young person. “If the LA seeks to rely on section 33 in order to refuse your child a place at a mainstream school, the first thing you should do is push back.”
An Inclusive Education Guide for Professionals
This guide was written in 2011 by education and social care professionals from France, Italy, Romania, Iceland and the UK and is based on evidence and learning from each of these countries about what works for the inclusion of disabled children and young people in mainstream education.