Inclusive Education in the United States and Internationally: Challenges and Response
Mark C. Weber
DePaul University College of Law
Review of Disability Studies, 2006
This article discusses legal developments in the United States and internationally regarding inclusion of children with disabilities in general education. It discusses educational inclusion in relation to ideas generated by the disability studies movement. It suggests that integrated education should remain an important goal, but that steps should be taken to make inclusion work more successfully.
Keywords: education, special education, disability
JEL Classification: I28Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: June 8, 2006
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