CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition
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Ten years after the passing of the law of February 11, 2005 on the equality of rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship for the disabled, which put forward the principle of a broad inclusion of disabled children in the school system, how is their schooling going today? While the number of disabled children attending mainstream school has increased, in this issue we take a qualitative look at the benefits for the child, for their family, for the other children, and for the teachers themselves—in short, the benefits of mainstream inclusion for society as a whole. For inclusion has come up against a number of difficulties. In order for it to succeed, and not at the price of the child’s suffering, resources are needed—both material and human resources, but also an openness to differences, the clear definition of objectives, and the implementation of partnerships. We have asked various actors involved in this inclusion the opportunity to give their perspective: disabled children, parents, and professionals. Finally, we look at the potential relevance of other alternatives to “mainstream” schooling for certain children in complex situations of dependence, with behavioral problems or serious learning difficulties.

The journal of the French National Association of Early Medico-Social Intervention Teams and Centers (ANECAMSP) focuses on topics related to children with disabilities. Read more...
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ISBN 9782749242590
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