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  1. Why Inclusion • Universal right to Education, human right • Dakar goals EFA • Poverty reduction • Marginalisation a threat to society • Current strategies insufficient ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  2. What is Inclusion? • A process of addressing and responding to the diversity of needs of all learners • Through increasing participation in learning, cultures and communities • Requires a transformation in how to think about education and its role in society ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  3. The Scene of Exclusion Poverty, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender, minorities • Identify barriers • System of provision • Socio-economic factors • Attitudes • Curriculum • Environment • Language and communication • Organisation and governance • Inadequate and fragmented human resource development ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  4. OBSTACLES TO INCLUSION • Attitudes • Lack of knowledge • Segregation • Wrong expectations • Wrong ways of working • Lack of clear policy ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  5. AN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL IS FOR EVERYBODY • Working for full participation, community and equality through: • flexibility • variations in methods • needs orientation • focus on strong ”sides” • respect for differences ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  6. Inclusive Classrooms/Class room management • Team teaching • Peer-teaching • Positive groupings • Problem oriented teaching • Open and flexible curricula • Individual Educational Planning • Support when needed ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  7. “All children and young people of the world, with their individual strengths and weaknesses, with their hopes and expectations, have the right to education. It is not our education system that have a right to a certain type of children.Therefore, it is the school system of a country that must be adjusted to meet the needs of all its children” (B. Lindqvist UN rapporteur on UN Standard rules)

  8. Education for AllThe Six Dakar Goals • -expanding and improving comprehensive early childhood care and education • -ensuring that by 2015 all children have access to compulsory education • -equitable access to appropriate learning for all young and adults • -achieving a 50% improvement in levels of adult literacy by 2015 • -eliminating gender disparities by 2005 and achieving gender equality by 2015 • -improving the quality of education especially in literacy, numeracy and essential life skills ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  9. $8 billion is: four days´ worth of global military spending half of what is spent on toys in the USA every year less than Europeans spend on computer games or mineral water less than 0,1 % of gross national product The total amount spent internationally to deal with the millennium bug scare was roughly twice the debt owed by the world´s poorest countries To meet the EFA targets, $8 billion (US) is needed ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh

  10. ”With a little help from my friends …” • Life Quality • Community • Equality • Participation • Security • Confidence • Happiness ED/BAS/EIE: Kenneth Eklindh