AbstractThe chapter will critically consider the ‘inclusion agenda’ in England and its current use in practice. Internationally, inclusive practice in England is held in high regard. However, this chapter will detail the practical implementation of inclusion alongside the dominance of the standards agenda in schools. In considering inclusion in this manner, we will question the original intentions of its agenda against the practical implementation of inclusive education in current practice.
CitationWilliams-Brown, Z. and Hodkinson, A. (2023) England: Inclusive education in a standards-driven system, in Hodkinson, A. & Williams-Brown, Z. (Eds.) International Issues in SEND and Inclusion Perspectives Across Six Continents. London: Routledge.
TypeChapter in book
DescriptionThis is an Accepted Manuscript of a book chapter published by Routledge in International Issues in SEND and Inclusion Perspectives Across Six Continents on 27/09/2022, available online: https://www.routledge.com/International-Issues-in-SEND-and-Inclusion-Perspectives-Across-Six-Continents/Hodkinson-Brown/p/book/9781032011004#
Series/Report no.Routledge Research in Special Educational Needs
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