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The Inclusion Illusion

How Children with Special Educational Needs Experience Mainstream Schools

Distributed for UCL Press

The Inclusion Illusion

How Children with Special Educational Needs Experience Mainstream Schools

An examination of contemporary inclusive pedagogy and how it is failing students with special educational needs and disabilities. 

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Table of Contents

List of tables and boxes Glossary About the author Acknowledgements Foreword Paul Croll 1 Introduction 2 Methodology and sample 3 The extent of separation and segregation 4 The effects of separation and segregation 5 Pedagogical diet 6 Operational confusion 7 Conclusions 8 Future research directions References

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