Developing more inclusive schools for pupils with special educational needs: key messages for school leaders and communities
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThis paper will provide an outline of a unique local area project of school improvement for inclusion and special educational needs called the ‘SEND Peer Challenger programme’ so that its principles might be understood and/or emulated by school leaders who are looking for new ways to improve provision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SENDs) in general classrooms. Its aims are to: Provide an example of how researchers in universities, front line educationalists and local governors can collaborate to deepen the reach of school improvement initiatives for SEND and inclusion in mainstream schools. Share the findings of a research study that cast light on the character of effective leadership and management for high quality SEND provision in mainstream education. Explore the implications of these findings for researchers, local governors, and school leaders through understanding the elements of high-quality SEND provision in general classrooms. Operationalising leadership and management approaches to improve SEND provision in general classrooms.
CitationRobinson, D., Codina, G., Hanson, J., Dimitrellou, E and Qureshi, S. (2020). 'Developing more inclusive schools for pupils with special educational needs: Key messages for school leaders and communities' [Presentation]. European Conference for Educational Research, Glasgow, Scotland, 26-28 August.
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