Education in focus: South Asia

Episode 3: Inclusive education

from Education in focus: South Asia | Published 1/8/2020

We hope you've been enjoying this series. We'd love to hear your feedback. Please take this short survey: Simon Borg interviews Phil Dexter, who spent many years leading in this area for the British Council, to find out about definitions of inclusive education, what good inclusive education policy might look like, and what it means in the classroom. We also hear from Huma Masood of UNESCO, to find out more about inclusive education policy and practice in the South Asia region. Links: • The Salamanca statement and framework for action on special needs education (UNESCO, 1994): • British Council Continuing Professional Development Framework for teachers: • N for nose: state of the education report for India 2019; children with disabilities: Sign up to receive emails each time an episode is released, including useful links and related information: The views and opinions expressed and information given in the Education in focus: South Asia podcast series are solely those of participants involved in each episode. They do not necessarily represent those of the British Council. The British Council is not responsible for and does not verify for accuracy any of the information provided by guests.

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