Support to Pilot Schools for Implementing Inclusive Education Policies and Practices
What do we actually mean by Inclusive Education?
Do different actors in education have a different understanding of inclusive education?
Why an inclusive school is a good school for every child?
How can school development plans help us make education systems more inclusive?
Figures and Facts
“Regional Support for Inclusive Education” is a joint programme of European Union and Council of Europe implemented in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo. It aims to enhance social inclusion and social cohesion in the region by promoting inclusive education policies and practices in schools.
The project involves 49 pilot schools (7 from each beneficiary country) and has 5 components. NEPC coordinates the School NET component in cooperation with 8 partners from 7 countries that support schools in the implementation of project activities
The Platform of Organization
- Albania, Children are the Future
- Bosnia and Herzegovina, proMENTE Social Research & Center for Educational Initiatives Step by Step
- Croatia, Forum for Freedom in Education
- Macedonia, Macedonian Civic Education Centre
- Montenegro, FORUM MNE
- Kosovo, Kosova Education Center
- Serbia, Centre for Education Policy
- Focus Groups on perception of Inclusive Education in Pilot Schools.
- School Development Plans
- Implementation of School Projects
- Development of Sustainability Plan
- Manual …
Timeframe: January 2014 – November 2015
Web-page of the project: http://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/inclusive-education/home