Inclusive education : readings and reflections /

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Other Authors: Thomas, Gary, 1950-
Vaughan, Mark.
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Language:English
Published:Maidenhead : Open University Press, 2004.
Series:Inclusive education.
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Table of Contents:
  • Series
  • Editors'
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Part I. The context ndash; rights, participation, social justice
  • 1. The rights of man / Thomas Paine
  • 2. Equality / R.H. Tawney
  • 3. A theory of justice / John Rawls
  • 4. ndash; 'I have a dream' / Martin Luther King
  • 5. Needs, rights and opportunities / Caroline Roaf and Hazel Bines
  • 6. Social justice / Sharon Rustemier
  • 7. ndash; Images of difference / David Hevey
  • Part II. Arguments and evidence against segregation ndash; 1960s to today
  • 8. Asylums / Erving Goffman
  • 9. Special Education ndash; Is Much of it Justifiable? / L.M.Dunn
  • 10. A critical examination of special education programs / F.Christoplos and P.Renz
  • 11. Street level bureaucrats / R.A.Weatherley and M.Lipsky
  • 12. Psychologists and segregation / Gerv Leyden
  • 13. Psychology and special education / Will Swann
  • 14. Integration and participation in comprehensive schools / Tony Booth
  • 15. A Sociology of special education / Sally Tomlinson
  • 16. Educating Pupils with Special Needs in the Ordinary School / Seamus Hegarty et al
  • 17. Educational Opportunities for All? (Fish Report) / ILEA
  • 18. Achieving the Complete School / Doug Biklen
  • 19. Making the Ordinary School Special / Tony Dessent
  • 20. Synthesis of Research on Compensatory and Remedial Education / L.Anderson and L.Pellicer
  • 21. Action for Inclusion / John O'Brien and Marsha Forest
  • 22. Normalisation and portrayal of disabled people / Sam Carson
  • 23. Reviewing the literature on integration / Seamus Hegarty
  • 24. Changing the Way We Think About Kids with Disabilities / Tom Hehir
  • 25. Medical models and metaphors / Gary Thomas and Andrew Loxley
  • 26. CSIE: Reasons against segregated schooling
  • 27. Does Special Education Have a Role in the Twenty-First Century? / Mike Oliver
  • Part III. Legislation, reports, statements
  • 28. Public Law 94-142
  • 29. Warnock Report
  • 30. Education Acts 1944-2001
  • 31. European Convention on Human Rights
  • 32. UNESCO: The Salamanca Statement
  • 33. UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • 34. UNESCO: Inclusive Education on the Agenda
  • 35. DfEE:Green Paper
  • 36. IPPR: Alternative White Paper
  • 37. British Psychological Society: Inclusive education -Position Paper
  • 38. CSIE: The Inclusion Charter
  • 39. Inclusive education ndash; a framework for change / Alison Wertheimer
  • Part IV. Inclusion in action
  • 40. Ontario: from integration to inclusion / Linda Shaw and Marsha Forest
  • 41. Mainstreaming in Massachusetts / Mark Vaughan and Ann Shearer
  • 42. Disability equality in the classroom / Richard Rieser and Micheline Mason
  • 43. Kirsty Arrondelle ndash; Early integration / Mark Vaughan
  • 44. Everyone Belongs / Kenn Jupp
  • 45. Bishopswood School: Good practice transferred
  • 46. Developing an inclusive policy for your school / Rick Rogers
  • 47. Human Rights and School Change: The Newham story / Linda Jordan and Chris Goodey
  • 48. Inclusion across America / Dorothy Lipsky
  • 49. The Making of the Inclusive School / Gary Thomas et al
  • 50. A seven year sentence / Sam Harris
  • 51. Index for Inclusion / Tony Booth and Mel Ainscow
  • Conclusion
  • References

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