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The SAGE Handbook of Inclusion and Diversity in Education
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The SAGE Handbook of Inclusion and Diversity in Education

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November 2019 | 656 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This handbook examines policy and practice from around the world with respect to broadly conceived notions of inclusion and diversity within education. It sets out to provide a critical and comprehensive overview of current thinking and debate around aspects such as inclusive education rights, philosophy, context, policy, systems, and practices for a global audience. This makes it an ideal text for researchers and those involved in policy-making, as well as those teaching in classrooms today. Chapters are separated across three key parts:

Part I: Conceptualizations and Possibilities of Inclusion and Diversity in Education
Part II: Inclusion and Diversity in Educational Practices, Policies, and Systems
Part III: Inclusion and Diversity in Global and Local Educational Contexts

Matthew J. Schuelka, Christopher J. Johnstone, Gary Thomas, & Alfredo J. Artiles
Introduction: Diversity and Inclusion in Education: Inclusive Education Scholarship in the Twenty-First Century
 
Part 01: Conceptualizations and Possiblities of Inclusion and Diversity in Education
Julie Allan & Roger Slee
Chapter 1: Not Dead Yet?
Sally Tomlinson
Chapter 2: A Sociology of Special and Inclusive Education
Xuan Thuy Nguyen
Chapter 3: Unsettling “Inclusion” In The Global South: A Post-Colonial And Intersectional Approach To Disability, Gender, And Education
Scot Danforth
Chapter 4: Dewey and Philosophy of Inclusion
Jessica K. Bacon
Chapter 5: Pursuing 'radical inclusion' within an era of neoliberal educational reform
Alisha M. B. Braun
Chapter 6: Psychological Inclusion: Considering Students' Feelings of Belongingness and the Benefits for Academic Achievement
Derrick Armstrong & Ann Cheryl Armstrong
Chapter 7: Human Rights, Inclusive Education & Inter-Cultural Competence
Missy Morton, Anne-Marie McIlroy & Annie Guerin
Chapter 8: Sociocultural perspectives on curriculum, pedagogy and assessment: Implications for participation, belonging and building inclusive schools and classrooms
Amy North & Helen Longlands
Chapter 9: Gender, poverty and educational equality
Paula Frederica Hunt
Chapter 10: Inclusive Education as global development policy
 
Part 02: Inclusion and Diversity in Educational Practices, Policies and Systems
Allyson Satter, Jessica Meisenheimer, & Wayne Sailor
Chapter 11: Equity and Inclusivity in Education
Deborah J. Gallagher, Amy J. Petersen, Danielle Cowley, & Shehreen Iqtadar
Chapter 12: A Sentimental Education: Insights for Inclusive Reform from a University/School District Partnership
David J. Connor, Beth A. Ferri, Layla Dehaiman, & Louis Olander
Chapter 13: Culturally Cognizant Research and Culturally Sustaining Practice: Promoting Authentic Inclusive Classrooms for Diverse Learners
Federico r. Waitoller & Kathleen A. King Thorius
Chapter 14: Cross-Pollinating Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy and Universal Design for Learning: Toward an Inclusive Pedagogy That Accounts for Dis/Ability
Ritu V. Chopra & Michael F. Gian
Chapter 15: Effective Use of Teacher Assistants in Inclusive Classrooms
Michal Razer & Victor J. Friedman
Chapter 16: Building ‘restorative relationships’: An actionable, practice-based model of inclusive school practice
Elizabeth J. Meyer
Chapter 17: Supporting gender and sexual diversity in schools: Teachers' perspectives, challenges, and possibilities
Serge Ebersold, Amanda Watkins, Edda Óskarsdóttir, & Cor Meijer
Chapter 18: Financing Inclusive Education to Reduce Disparity in Education: Trends, issues and drivers
Daniel Mont & Beth Sprunt
Chapter 19: Adapting Education Management Information Systems to Support Inclusive Education
Colby T. Kervick, Katharine G. Shepherd, & Shana J. Haines
Chapter 20: Fostering Inclusive and Culturally Responsive Family-Professional Partnerships
Naheed A. Abdulrahim & Michael J. Orosco
Chapter 21: Culturally Responsive Teaching with Latino English Learners with Math Learning Disabilities
Bree A. Jimenez & Melissa E. Hudson
Chapter 22: Including Students with Severe Disabilities in General Education and the Potential of Universal Design for Learning for All Children
Sue Soan
Chapter 23: Multi-disciplinary practice and inclusive education
Powell, J.J.W., Merz-Atalik, K., Alisauskiene, S., Brendel, M., Echeita, G., Guðjónsdóttir, H., Karlsdóttir, J., Milteniene, L., Meliene, R., Óskarsdóttir, E., Persson, B., Persson, E., Simón, C., Sandoval, M., Schwartz, A., Tiemann, H., & Weber, K
Chapter 24: Teaching Diverse Learners in Europe: Inspiring Practices and Lessons Learned from Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain and Sweden
Guanglun Michael Mu
Chapter 25: Teacher professionalism, teacher agency, and student resilience in Chinese inclusive education: A sociological perspective
Kagendo Mutua, Amy Williamson, John Myrick, Jim Siders, & Dongjin Kwon
Chapter 26: Long Over-Due: Inclusive College for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
 
Part 03: Inclusion and Diversity in Global and Local Educational Contexts
Oakleigh Welply
Chapter 27: Diversity and inclusion in the classroom: young immigrant's perspectives in France and England
Thomas Thyrring Engsig
Chapter 28: The Experience of Inclusion in Danish Schools - between Politicization and Pedagogical Ideals
Kate Lapham
Chapter 29: Opening doors and mediating practices: Working toward inclusion in Tajikistan
Elizabeth J.T. Maber & Khin Mar Aung
Chapter 30: Gender, ethnicity and disability: approaching inclusivity in Myanmar's education reforms?
Anthony McKnight, Carol Speechley & Samantha McMahon
Chapter 31: Ways of knowing inclusion and diversity: Jumping off the one-way track to See Indigenous student behaviour
Fernanda T. Orsati, Rosane Lowenthal, & Carolina C. Nikaedo
Chapter 32: Possibilities and challenges of inclusive education in Brazil: Understanding the role of socioeconomic factors
Diana Kartika & Kazuo Kuroda
Chapter 33: Implications for Teacher Training and Support for Inclusive Education: Empirical Evidence from Cambodia
Laura A. Valdiviezo & Jennifer Lee O’Donnell
Chapter 34: "To Educate for Them in Different Ways;" Defining Inclusion in Popular and Intercultural Education in Argentina and Peru
Juho Honkasilta, Raisa Ahtiainen, Ninja Hienonen and Markku Jahnukainen
Chapter 35: Inclusive and Special Education and the Question of Equity in Education: The Case of Finland
Levan Lim, Thana Thaver & Vasilis Strogilos
Chapter 36: Contextual Influences on Inclusivity: The Singapore Experience
Silvia Romero-Contreras, Ismael García-Cedillo & Todd V. Fletcher
Chapter 37: The evolution of inclusive education in Mexico: policy, settings, achievements and perspectives
Anick Tolbize
Chapter 38: RtI in the Chellenging Context of the Republic of Mauritius
Sheelagh Daniels-Mayes, Valerie Harwood, & Nyssa Murray
Chapter 39: Saying NO to Niceness: Innovative, progressive and transformative inclusive education with Australian Aboriginal students
Sandhya Limaye
Chapter 40: Unheard Voices: Schooling Experiences of Parents Having Children with Disabilities
Hannah Wagner, Maria Dolores Lasso, & Todd Fletcher
Chapter 41: Diversifying Inclusion: Perceptions Inclusive Education amongst Indigenous Families in Quito, Ecuador

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