Special Schools as a Resource for Inclusive Education
Special Schools as a Resource for Inclusive Education examines inclusive education reform efforts by the Open Society foundation in Armenia in communities with special and mainstream schools. These efforts evolved into a project to transform three special schools for children with disabilities into resource centers to help mainstream schools implementing inclusive education practices.
Special Schools as a Resource for Inclusive Education outlines the possibilities and challenges of implementing change, making it a valuable resource for policymakers, administrators, donors, teachers, and parents.
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