International Perspectives on Exclusionary Pressures in Education How Inclusion becomes Exclusion

This book examines and problematises the concept of 'educational inclusion' within schools. Despite varying definitions of inclusion according to national context, there is a growing consensus that educational systems presented as ‘inclusive’ in policy and professional discourse, in practi...

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Other Authors: Done, Elizabeth J. (Editor), Knowler, Helen (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed. 2023
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1 Introduction
  • Part I Exclusion: Policy, Practice, Research
  • 2 Exclusion and the ‘Wicked Problem’ of Behaviour in Australian Schools
  • 3 Removing Inclusion: An Analysis of Exclusionary Processes in the Italian School System
  • 4 Exclusion and Neoliberal Public Sector Management
  • 5 The Migratory Experience: Challenging Inclusionary Measures
  • 6 Exclusionary Practices and Danish School Policy
  • Part II Exclusion: Revisiting Inclusion
  • 7 Labels of Convenience/Labels of Opportunity
  • 8 The Other Students with Special Educational Needs and the Attainment Gap
  • 9 History, Space and Schooling Among Indigenous Australians
  • 10 Education Policy and Roma Children in Romania
  • 11 Twenty Years Later: Has Inclusive Education in South Africa Been Realised?
  • 12 Racial Justice and School Exclusion
  • 13 Education and Exclusion in Mongolia
  • Part III Exclusion: Separation, Segregation, Suspicion
  • 14 ‘Unruly’ Ethnic Minorities: Exclusion Through Policy Constructions
  • 15 The Paradox of Special Support and Separation
  • 16 Gender-Based Violence and School Exclusion
  • 17 Gender-Based Exclusion in Turkish Schools
  • 18 Changing Regulations and Practices in Spain
  • 19 Inclusion, Exclusion and Syrian Refugees in Turkey
  • Afterword