BEYOND project reports on inclusive education now available to read in 6 different languages!
The BEYOND project report, Study on developing methodologies for an effective transition to inclusive education and Study on the role of service providers in the transition towards inclusive education can now be read in 6 different languages.
The project’s first study on developing methodologies for an effective transition to inclusive education report sheds light on the importance of co-production and how it can be used to support inclusive education. In the report, co-production is defined as a working practice by which all relevant stakeholders play a role in the design and delivery of a service or product. It is a joint and inclusive method.
To achieve a truly inclusive educational environment, it is necessary for all stakeholders to work together. Support service providers are among this pool of stakeholders that play an eminent role in ensuring that every child is included in the classroom. The second BEYOND project report, “Study on the role of service providers in the transition towards inclusive education” aims to identify the role of service providers in achieving inclusive education in Europe.
To find out more about the BEYOND project and its results, click here.