Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Since the Salamanca Framework was established in 1994, countries have made a concerted effort to work to promote special education, namely inclusive education or inclusion. The recognition of students with special educational needs (SEN) has lead to national policies in which students with SEN are brought into the classroom along side their peers. Despite these efforts, there is an interruption between policy and practice which ultimately prevent students with SEN to enter the classroom or to receive an education. This thesis looks at the loose coupling of policy and practice with in special education by analyzing the practices of nine different countries that contradict the policy that was implemented.
Sedrel, Christina, "Loose Coupling Within Special Education" (2014). Master's Theses. 2509.
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