Format: 135 x 220mm 203pp Paperback
Description:This pioneering book sets out to challenge the fabric and very existence of special schools, now back again to coincide with the onset of valuing people and the code of practice. It challenges, too, the wider culture and infrastructure of enforced separate living that segregated special education systems impose on children and their families. Kenn Jupp describes his experiences in initiating and carrying out a pilot study in which five children, all with severe or profound learning difficulties, were each given an opportunity to attend their local mainstream school.
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