The inclusion charter
The Inclusion Charter was one of the first initiatives in the UK to place inclusion on a human rights platform, instigating a national movement. United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child includes disabled children's right to be educated in the mainstream. United Kingdom
Inclusion is a quality issue
Details features of quality programs and argues that all children belong equally in the child care program and each child should have a sense of belonging and have genuine opportunities to contribute and be part of the group. Australia
Including young children with special needs
Sets out the framework for effective inclusion, including that the program, not children, have to be ready for inclusion. A case study illustrates these principles. United States
Benefits of inclusive preschools for children with and without disabilities
A short article listing the benefits of inclusive preschools for all children, their families and communities. United States
Inclusion is a human right
A simple chart outlining the benefits of inclusion under the headings of inclusion as a human right, as good education and as good sense. United Kingdom
An inclusion information guide
Inclusion is the process of increasing participation of students in, and reducing their exclusion from, the cultures, curricula and communities of local schools. This guide provides a comprehensive overview of inclusion issues. United States
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