Summer 2019

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28 Jan 2019

Seeing the difference

Inclusivity in ECE is increasingly seen as an opportunity to improve teaching practices and engage children’s learning.
It’s in early childhood that attitudes to diversity are formed, and teachers see quality education here as the key to children growing up with a positive sense of self that enables them to respond proactively to life’s challenges.

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28 Jan 2019

Now is the time for human rights-based education

The trouble with “inclusive education” is that it can become a slogan, a mantra, a label for government policy, that imposes extra burdens on teaching professionals. At the Human Rights in Education Trust, we believe it’s helpful to ground the purpose, practices and commitments to inclusive education in more fundamental norms.

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