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Following the natural paths of childhood

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In this article Bob Jackson shares clear evidence of his findings that children with an intellectual disability do better academically and socially when they experience inclusive education. Bob
also raises other interesting findings that challenge many of the myths and assumptions which emerge in the mainstream versus special school debate. He also discusses some of the “mechanics” of school inclusion!

This article was originally published in: Thinking about…Issue 12, July 2012. Belonging Matters: Melbourne 

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Author
Bob Jackson
Source
Thinking About..... Issue 12 July 2012
Publisher
Belonging Matters
Publication Date
1 July 2012
Category
Families, Parents, Professionals, Person with disability
Keywords
inclusive education, advocacy
Origin
Australia

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