Centre for Educational Policy Studies
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education

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Centre for Educational Policy Studies is organisational unit of University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education.

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In 2010 CEPS started to record lectures of invited experts. Recordings are available free of charge on CEPS Youtube Channel.

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Inclusion in Education: Reconsidering Limits, Identifying Possibilities

We published a new monograph with Peter Lang Verlag.

The present book seeks to offer a modest contribution to the ongoing discussion on inclusion in education. The initiative was born in the interdisciplinary research group entitled “Systemic Aspects of Educational Strategies and the Promotion of Social Inclusion in Education”, which operates at the Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana, and has been dealing with these issues for some time. When the decision was made to prepare a monograph, we also invited several colleagues from other countries – Italy, Serbia and the United Kingdom – to participate, and this led to the publication of the book that we now offer to readers for reflection and evaluation.

The monograph contains ten chapters written by fifteen authors, ten of whom are members of the aforementioned research group. It is divided into three parts: the first focuses on inclusive pedagogy, the second expands these issues in broader social contexts addressed in the disciplinary perspective of social pedagogy, while the third contributes some theoretical reflections. The chapters in all three parts have one thing in common: they are characterised by focusing on and reconsidering the limits and identifying the opportunities of inclusion.

Contents

Leaflet

You can order the book on https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/64837?format=HC

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