Posted: Apr 16, 2019 10:31 am
by UncertainSloth
tuco wrote:I edited my post with some insight to local problems connected to said inclusion which are probably not shared elsewhere. By slow I meant, well, either not clever enough (mild mental disabilities) or not prepared enough. Never heard about disruption being an issue in connection to inclusion. Yeah, I've heard that kids do not behave like we used to but that is not an issue of inclusion the way I understand it.


bib

i have experience of a fair few pupils who have either come to us from behavioural units, who we have sent to behavioural units and have been sent back after some time, e.g. 3 months, as allegedly 'ready for mainstream education' - no send, just in terms of behaviour - that's still inclusion in this system

you'll find different definitions for 'inclusion' in our education system - it's not just about including children with diagnosed conditions or learning difficulties, but the desire for all children to be valued equally, treated with respect and provided with real learning opportunities alongside each other, regardless of what their needs are....shame we're not funded anywhere near enough to achieve this....the government's answer to it? be creative...fucking numpties....