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Project IRIS - Inclusive Research in Irish Schools : A Longitudinal Study of the Experiences of and Outcomes for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in Irish Schools

@inproceedings{Rose2015ProjectI,
  title={Project IRIS - Inclusive Research in Irish Schools : A Longitudinal Study of the Experiences of and Outcomes for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in Irish Schools},
  author={Richard Rose and Michael Shevlin and Eileen C. Winter and Paul O'Raw},
  year={2015}
}
This report describes a longitudinal study of special and inclusive education in Ireland. Data were collected from a national survey and field visits to primary, post-primary and special schools across the country. Illustrative case studies were developed in order to provide a picture of the influences of policy and provision on the experiences and outcomes for pupils with a diverse range of needs and abilities. The research suggests that there is a commitment to supporting the development of… 
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