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We carry out projects involving our extensive network in Agency member countries. We aim to provide member countries and stakeholders at the European level with evidence-based information and guidance on implementing inclusive education systems.
Read more about the various Agency projects in detail in this section.
The Agency has 31 member countries, covering 35 jurisdictions (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as well as Belgium’s French and Flemish communities are each represented separately). This section contains information about each of the member countries.
Access the Agency’s latest publications here. Publications are available in up to 25 Agency languages and can be freely downloaded.
This area contains Multimedia materials including key messages, Agency presentations and links to videos from the Agency YouTube channel.
This area presents quantitative and qualitative country information from the European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education (EASIE) in an accessible, interactive and easily comparable way.
Latest News from the Agency
Preventing School Failure: Examining the Potential of Inclusive Education Policies in Relation to the System and Individuals
The Preventing School Failure (PSF) project highlights the link between school failure and inclusive policies. It particularly aims to examine the evidence to suggest that inclusive education policies have the potential to prevent school failure – both in relation to individuals and the overall system.
UNESCO together with the Agency have developed an online resource and knowledge-base presenting information from across the globe on inclusive approaches to policy and practice, benefiting both policymakers and practitioners.
The goal of the Country Policy Review and Analysis (CPRA) work is to aid country reflection regarding the development of policy for inclusive education. It aims to act as a tool for stimulating discussion in the country concerned.
This tool is designed to be used by policy-makers responsible for developing and implementing policies for inclusive education at national, regional and/or local levels.
The EASIE Key Messages and Findings (2014 / 2016) report highlights the key messages and main findings from the first two EASIE datasets and Cross-Country Reports.