Deconstructing Special Education and Constructing InclusioneBook - 2007
"In the second edition of this text, the authors examine the intellectual foundations of special education and consider the consequences of their influence for professional and popular thinking about learning difficulties. In light of this critique, they suggest that much of the knowledge about special education is misconceived, and provide a rationale for inclusion derived from ideas about social justice and human rights." "The book contains new material of social capital, communities of practice and a 'psychology of difference', as well as a new chapter on 'Inclusive education for the twenty-first century'." --Book Jacket.
Publisher: Maidenhead : Open University Press, 2007
Edition: 2nd ed
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 184 pages) : illustrations data file,rda