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In response to the Governments SEN strategy Removing barriers to achievement a spokesperson for the Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) said, Segregated schooling does not lead to inclusion. It perpetuates discri
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In response to the Government's SEN strategy 'Removing barriers to achievement' a spokesperson for the Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) said, "Segregated schooling does not lead to inclusion. It perpetuates discrimination, devaluation, stigmatism, stereotyping, prejudice and isolation. Disabled adults identify these conditions as the biggest barriers to respect, participation and a regarding life in mainstream society."
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The Concise Oxford English dictionary defines the verb to include as; to 'contain part of a whole' or to 'treat as part of a whole' (2008). When discussing a child's education it may be assumed that 'the whole' is all children who should be educated together. Any child not given the opportunity to be educated with 'the whole' therefore may be perceived as being excluded, or denied access to the school. The perception of inclusion and the practicalities of implementing it within a mainstream or special school will be discussed. The question of whether the parents or the child's views on the desired place of education should be taken into consideration and whether the current system for inclusive education is sufficient to meet the demands of the increasing additional education needs population.
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