Inclusion in Education
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...Inclusion in Education Inclusion in Education [Institute’s To what extent do you agree that the concept of inclusive educationlacks meaning? Education is considered an essential human right. It is seen as a vital means of combating poverty, and a force for social change. Schooling provides the foundation for life learning; thereby it is expected to be accessible, of high quality and sensitive to the most disadvantaged (UNESCO, n.p, 2000). To many people, inclusion is a philosophical movement that is based on the notion, that all students, irrespective of their disability and level, should attain education in the same classroom, as their peers who are of the same age. This does not mean... ...