Research inclusive education

Which organizations are working within education to improve equity, diversity and inclusion, what are they doing and what makes them successful? What do they need to make or accelerate more impact? And in that playing field, what is the added value of Learning for Tomorrow? Such questions are the reason for this research, with the main question: what are educational institutions doing to provide inclusive education and where does the need lie when it comes to knowledge sharing and networking?

"We hear all the time: diversity and inclusion, it's not about me, it's about the other person. It's not. Apart from the fact that I will obviously never be able to empathize in certain things, I can understand that I have something to do in it and ask myself, with an open mind, what I have to do there," says Tessa Kramer, who was commissioned by Learning for Tomorrow to conduct this research.

This research represents a first step towards sharing best practices in the field of inclusive education nationwide and educational levels and introducing a methodology to integrate inclusion structurally and coherently into the school organization. The findings of the study are structured based on the Whole School Approach (WSA). The WSA helps to integrate sustainability issues structurally and coherently into the school organization. Vision, curriculum, pedagogy and didactics, building and operations, professional development and environment are part of the approach, on the basis of which the theme of inclusive education can also be properly integrated.

Read the entire survey here!


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