The project final report makes recommendations presented in two parts. The first set of recommendations directly relate to teacher education and are, therefore, directed mainly towards professionals working in this area. A second set of recommendations is directed towards policy makers who will need to provide a coherent policy framework for managing the wider, systemic change necessary to impact on teacher education for inclusion.

The target audience for the TE4I Project Recommendations linked to Sources of Evidence document is all education policy makers and professionals involved in teacher education. Ensuring that all learners receive a quality education is central to general policy decisions – not the responsibility of a small number of specialists.

This document draws together evidence from different strands of project work that have provided the basis for each of the recommendations. Such evidence can be found in:

  • the project policy review  
  • the international literature review 
  • the project synthesis report
  • individual country reports and practice examples.

Providing the links between the project recommendations and sources of evidence in this way supports the open and transparent working methods of the Agency and, it is hoped will provide a useful basis for further research on the areas identified in the recommendations themselves.

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