Special and Inclusive Education in the Republic of Ireland: Reviewing the Literature from PRE-PUBLICATION VERSION

  • Rose R
  • Shevlin M
  • Winter E
  • et al.
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Abstract

Provision for pupils with special educational needs in Ireland has undergone considerable change and review in the first decade of the twenty first century. In response to international demands for a more equitable education system which recognises diversity and considers how schools might address the needs of pupils who have been previously marginalised, Irish legislation has focused upon the development of inclusive schooling. Researchers during this period have endeavoured to understand how responses to the demand for greater inclusion have impacted upon the perceived need for change. This paper reviews the research literature for this period and identifies four key themes under which research has been conducted. The literature pertaining to these themes is explored and a possible agenda for future researchers identified.

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Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E., & O ’raw, P. (2000). Special and Inclusive Education in the Republic of Ireland: Reviewing the Literature from PRE-PUBLICATION VERSION. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 25(4), 357–371. Retrieved from http://nectar.northampton.ac.uk/4133/1/Rose20104133.pdf

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