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Emerging Trends in Inclusive Education

B.C. Mahapatra (Author) Kaushal Sharma (Author)
Synopsis Ensuring that education for all is provided with adequate, equitable and sustainable resources is the foremost challenge. Many governments do not give education sufficient priority in their national budgets. Too many do not use resources for education effectively and efficiently and often subsidize better-off groups at the expense of the poor. At the same time, stabilization programmes often fail to protect education budgets. As a direct consequence, user charges continue to be a major deterrent to poor children attending school and to young people and adults in need of non-formal learning. In some countries, passing the cost burden on to poor parents has had a devastating impact of enrolment and retention. Education must neither exclude nor discriminate. Every government has the responsibility to provide free, quality basic education, so that no child is denied access because of the inability to pay. According to Miguel Angel Escotet 'Education should be related to an intercultural and interdependent world. A world in which education teaches man to foster sharing attitudes, to compete with oneself and no with others, leaning to be tolerant, and to develop pity and solidarity for the suffering of mankind. A world free from prejudices, where learning to care, learning to be, learning to share, learning to grasp the hole and act on the parts, and learning to carry on learning should be society's main objectives. Therefore, it is our duty and liability to encourage the inclusive education in our country. There are so many ways and models. We have tried to compile some of the possible thoughts and contributing chapters of the authors to foster the process of inclusion. Keeping the goals and other objectives in the mind, authors have tried to compile many of the papers of technological support and adaptations, use of IT and ICT, inclusive technologies, basic conceptual framework around the inclusive education for the students with disabilities and many more.
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About the authors

B.C. Mahapatra

Dr. Bhuban Chandra Mahapatra (39), Lecturer in Education in the Department of Multimedia Education, Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal India. He was a research scholar in the Instiutte of Education, Indore. His area of specialization is computer Education. Dr. Mahapatra has published more than four dozen of research papers in nationally and internationally reputed journals.

Kaushal Sharma

With an all through first class academic career, Dr. Kaushal Sharma, a Gold-Medalist of C.C.S. University, Meerut, teaches Degree and Post-graduate Classes in the Department of P.G. Studies and Research in English at J.S. (P.G.) College, Sikandrabad (U.P.). She is noted for her highly developed literary sensibility, excellent critical judgement and proper grasp of literature. She was awarded Ph.D. Degree in English by C.C.S. University, Meerut for her excellent work on the novels of Raja Rao. She has contributed a number of articles on Indian English Literature to distinguished literary journals of English studies. Presently, she is an Assistant Editor of an international journal of English Studies, Creative Writing and Criticism.

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Title Emerging Trends in Inclusive Education
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178901684
length xx+344p.