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CANADIAN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS AND THE INCLUSIVE MOVEMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
During  the1980s Canadian teachers‘ associations became deeply immersed in the reform movement that called for the inclusion of students with special needs into general classrooms. AssociationsExpand
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The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
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Analyzing inclusive schooling for students with disabilities in international contexts: Outline of a model
Conceptual and methodological difficulties confound comparative studies of the inclusive agenda for persons with disabilities. This paper, based on the authors' previous analyses of various aspectsExpand
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Comparative Studies in Special Education
This unequaled, all-encompassing collection of international programs on special education will enable educators worldwide to investigate special education practice within its social context toExpand
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Special Education in the 21st Century: Issues of Inclusion and Reform
In the late twentieth century, a tidal wave of calls for reform and inclusion of special needs students swept over public special education. The current debates over implementing these themes todayExpand
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Including Students with Special Needs: Implications for Social Justice
At the general level, special education can be defined as “instruction that is specially designed to meet the unique needs of children and youth who are exceptional” (Winzer, 2002: 4). Founded on theExpand
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Global Agendas in Special Education: A Critique
Over the last 2 decades, inclusive schooling has assumed the momentum of a general globalization movement. Inclusion both as a general phenomenon, as well as the specific case of inclusion forExpand
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