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Inclusive Schooling, Notes on address by Bruce Uditsky

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A powerful and positive address which starts by considering 'Inclusive Education' as a societal issue with profound underlying assumptions about people with disabilities which need to be opened up and examined, particularly in relation to the intrinsic value of people with disabilities and the social justice of providing an education for all children regardless of disability. He states that "Education is much more the result of the values that we hold" rather than about the disability. Topics covered include: an extensive analysis of what inclusive education entails, the various impacts of segregation and inclusion and a comparison between Canada and Australia. Parents are praised for their leadership in promoting positive change in the education system. Keywords: Education, Inclusion, School age, Attitudes

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Inclusive Schooling Seminar, Sydney
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Education, School age, Inclusion, Attitudes
Origin
Australia

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