Achieving inclusion by targeting children and families in hard to reach communities: innovations from Cambodia and the Philippines

Pearson, E. (2015) Achieving inclusion by targeting children and families in hard to reach communities: innovations from Cambodia and the Philippines. Childhood Education, 91 (6). pp. 411-419. ISSN 0009-4056

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Abstract

Inclusion, like so many terms in education and child development, has diverse definitions and interpretations. Fortunately, inclusion is itself an inclusive term. In some countries, the term might be used to refer to the inclusion of students with special needs in school, family, and community life; in others, inclusive approaches are undertaken to ensure access to education by children from minority groups or those who are living in remote areas. In this article, the author discusses inclusion in terms of achieving universalization and equity in education. She uses case studies of non traditional early education delivery in Cambodia and the Philippines as examples of how nations and communities around the world can meet the need for inclusion in innovative ways, even in resource-constrained contexts.

Item Type: Article
Divisions: School of Social Science
Depositing User: Dr Emma Pearson
Date Deposited: 19 Jun 2017 07:33
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2019 14:20
URI: http://bgro.repository.guildhe.ac.uk/id/eprint/136

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