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Keys to Inclusion

Derek Wilson and Colin Newton
8.5" x 11"
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Inclusion has been a commonplace jargon word in the world of education and beyond over the last decade but what on earth does it mean? The authors have spent much of their professional and personal lives as educators, educational psychologists, parents and co-founders of Inclusive Solutions trying to figure this out and to work out what it will take to make inclusion a reality. They suggest inclusion has many meanings each which lead to action – all of them important – and in this book we call these meanings: The Keys.

The book outlines the eight keys to inclusion, which are a useful tool for schools to reflect upon the extent to which they demonstrate these qualities on a daily basis, and ways each organisation can actively build a more inclusive future. Each key is supported by examples, consideration of practical implications, questions to prompt in school reflection and resources to support further work.

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