Notions of "inclusive schooling" and "schooling for diversity" are gaining currency in the developed world as alternatives to traditional approaches to special needs education. This is an exploration of advances in our understanding of how schools change and develop to include a wider range of students. The material in the book is drawn from a wide range of contributors, and covers the situation in New Zealand, Australia, Norway, Netherlands, Britain and the United States.
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