Making Schools Inclusive: How change can happen — Save the Children's experience
This report presents examples of our inclusive education programmes from 13 countries around the world.
The most disadvantaged children are also the most likely to miss out on school. So how do you deliver good-quality, inclusive education for children from minority ethnic communities, disabled children, girls facing discrimination or children in conflict-affected settings?
Drawing on Save the Children UK's extensive experience in this field, Making Schools Inclusive presents programme examples from 13 countries around the world. It describes case study programmes that:
- target specific groups of vulnerable children
- build inclusive school communities
- promote change throughout an education system
- address financial barriers to inclusive education
This report offers inspiration about what can be achieved as well as drawing out practical learning from the challenges faced in different situations. It will be of interest to policy-makers, managers and advisers in government, donors and NGOs, and to education students.
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