Education as a catalyst for the social inclusion of people with learning disabilities
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AbstractOur editorial for this special issue on ‘Education as a catalyst for social inclusion’ is divided into two sections. The first section focuses on the gaps in applied research in learning disability that this issue attempts to address. The second section outlines how each of the articles in this issue broadens our understanding of how education may catalyse (or sometimes restrict) social inclusion. These articles combine to enrich the data and debate available to people with learning disabilities, their families and advocates, policy makers and professional leaders about how to strengthen education’s capacity to enrich social inclusion.
CitationRobinson, D., Codina, G., Stogilos, V. and Dimitrellou, E. (2021). 'Education as a catalyst for the social inclusion of people with learning disabilities'. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 49(4), pp. 1-15.
JournalBritish Journal of Learning Disabilities
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