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Journal
2016 | 18 | 1 | 7-15
Article title

WYBRANE PROBLEMY INKLUZJI EDUKACYJNEJ NA PRZYKŁADZIE GIMNAZJUM OGÓLNODOSTĘPNEGO I INTEGRACYJNEGO

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SELECTED PROBLEMS OF EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION. A CASE STUDY OF PUBLIC AND INCLUSIVE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS
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PL
Abstracts
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The Education System Act is a pro-inclusive legal act. It assumes joint education of children with and without disabilities. It is intended to forming of a new, humanized normative order. This new order should be based on knowledge, mutual respect, helpfulness and the view of the community as a social home in which there is a place for all people regardless of their level of efficiency, wealth, ethnicity or religion. The reasons for the joint education seem to be permeated by concern for human beings. However the question arises whether inclusive education in the current form really serves this purpose. To address this question I have analyzed formal and legal aspects of education. I have examined the records of the Education System Act and the textbooks. I have found that the Education System Act enables locational inclusion. I have stated that the approved textbooks for widely available middle schools contain incomprehensible content for students. They do not meet most of the required conditions for implementing tasks assigned to them in the educational process of students with mild intellectual disabilities.
Journal
Year
Volume
18
Issue
1
Pages
7-15
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Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
1896-6896
ISSN
2353-1274
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.mhp-6f64fb80-da40-47fb-a284-8a8ef5808148
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