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Inclusive education at work : students with disabilities in mainstream schools

Inclusive education at work : students with disabilities in mainstream schools

Material type
단행본
Corporate Author
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Title Statement
Inclusive education at work : students with disabilities in mainstream schools.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Paris :   Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development,   1999.  
Physical Medium
375 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9264171215
General Note
At head of title: Centre for Educational Research and Innovation.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Bibliography: p. 267-276.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Mainstreaming in education -- Case studies. Handicapped children -- Education -- Case studies. Education and state -- Case studies.
비통제주제어
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Summary = 13
Part 1 : SEGREGATION, INTEGRATION AND INCLUSION
 Background = 17
 From integration to inclusion = 20
 Conclusions = 22
 Note on terminology = 22
Part 2 : THE COUNTRIES VISITED - A SYNTHESIS
 Background = 23
 Legal and policy frameworks = 24
 Prevalence of children with special educational needs(SEN) in the countries visited = 25
 Provision = 26
 Assessment = 26
 Trends to inclusion = 27
 Funding and resourcing = 28
 Staffing = 29
 A comparison of costs entailed in integrated and segregated provision = 33
 Accountability and evaluation = 34
 Training = 36
 Out-of-school support services = 38
 Within-school support services = 40
 Between-school support = 41
 Parental and community involvement = 41
 School organization and management - opportunities for whole school development = 42
 Curriculum development = 43
 Classroom organization = 45
 Conclusions and policy implications = 46
 Final concluding comments = 50
 Some comments on disadvantages of inclusive education and limitations of the study = 51
Part 3 : COUNTRY CASE STUDIES
 1. Australia = 55
  Introduction = 55
  A. Country, state and district arrangements = 56
  B. The schools visited = 72
  Conclusions = 79
 2. Canada = 81
  Introduction = 81
  A. The provincial pattern = 82
  B. Arrangements at district level = 89
  C. The schools visited = 99
  Conclusions = 108
 3. Denmark = 111
  Introduction = 111
  A. The national pattern = 112
  B. Local arrangements = 119
  C. The folkeskolen visited = 122
  Conclusions = 133
 4. Germany = 135
  Introduction = 135
  A. The national pattern = 136
  B. Regional arrangements = 141
  C. The establishments visited = 149
  Conclusions = 156
 5. Iceland = 159
  Introduction = 159
  A. National and local arrangements = 160
  B. The schools visited = 171
  Conclusions = 179
 6. Italy = 181
  Introduction = 181
  A. The national pattern = 182
  B. Local arrangements = 189
  C. The establishments visited = 195
  Conclusions = 204
 7. United Kingdom = 207
  Introduction = 207
  A. The national pattern = 208
  B. Local arrangements = 217
  C. The school visited = 225
  Conclusions = 239
Annex. Brief visit to a special school for students with moderate learning difficulties = 241
 8. United States = 243
  Introduction = 243
  A. The state pattern = 244
  B. Local arrangements = 254
  C. The schools visited = 261
  Conclusions = 265
References = 267
Annex 1. Special Education Teacher Training Survey of 13 Countries = 277
 Appendix 1.1. CERI/OECD Study on Training Teachers to Work with Children with Disabilities = 300
Annex 2. Training professionals to work in inclusive settings = 303
 Appendix 2.1. Multi-Disciplinary Professional Training Questionnaire for Completion by Member Countries = 321
Annex 3. Inclusive and Special Education : Issues of Cost-Effectiveness = 327
 Appendix 3.1. Client Service Receipt Inventory = 348
 Appendix 3.2. Interview Aide Memoire for Schools = 355
 Appendix 3.3. Cost-Related Information for the Integrated School = 356
 Appendix 3.4. Cost-Related Information for the Special School = 361
 Appendix 3.5. Inclusive Education in England : Children's Progress = 366
 Appendix 3.5A. Comparaison of Reading Scores on McMillan and SPAR tests = 370
Annex 4. OECD International Study - Active Life for People with Disabilities = 371


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