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Special Issue "Special Educational Needs and Rights to Education in School and University from a Cross-National Point of View: A Look in a Complex World"
A special issue of Education Sciences (ISSN 2227-7102). This special issue belongs to the section "Special and Inclusive Education".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2023) | Viewed by 17636
Special Issue Editors
Interests: disability; ageing; neuropsychology; learning disorders; intellectual disabilities
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Special Issue Information
In the last 40 years ago in Europe and in other countries in the world, there have been an increasing interest in the promotion of inclusion in school and in university for people with disability. Different countries choose different paths and different conceptual options for the provision of instruments, strategies and resources to promote inclusion and right to access to education, learning and participation for people with disability. The different paths and the different conceptual choices are strictly related to the history and to the cultural and socio-economic background of each country, and they are related to the laws that each country developed in the field of inclusion in school and university. In 2006, the United Nation Convention of the right of people with disability proposed a clear and specific definition of all the rights of people with disability, within the frame of human rights in all the domains of life and in the specific fields of education, school and university. The main aim of the Convention of the right of people with disability was to propose a shared vision of disability and to propose a worldwide shared vision of the rights of people with disability. After more than 10 years, aiming to make a look in the complexity of this history, in this special issue, we invite scholars from different countries to discuss about these topics and to share their experiences in the field.
Prof. Donatella Rita Petretto
Prof. Carmelo Masala
Prof. Rita Pilia
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Special Educational Needs
- Specific history
- Laws and inclusion in school
- Convention for the right of people with disability
- Rights to learning