The literature review is one of a series of planned outputs that aims to guide and support the work of teachers, school leaders and policy makers. It also provides Agency member countries with a summary of the current state of knowledge.
A review of the research evidence focusing on Europe.
This report examines key EU-level policy documents and statements on funding of education as well as relevant research literature provided by participating countries.
This literature review discusses policy and practice in initial teacher education, continuing professional development and on-going support for teachers and also considers teacher educators’ development.
This research literature review examines currently available literature that focuses on the use of technology to support inclusive teaching and learning.
This literature review firstly discusses the different interpretations of inclusion presented in the literature and used by Agency member countries. It then summarises the conceptual framework that underpins the Organisation of Provision to Support Inclusive Education project and gives a description of the methodology used to conduct the literature review.
Vocational Education and Training: Policy and Practice in the field of Special Needs Education - Literature Review
A literature review in the Vocational Education and Training - Policy and Practice in the field of Special Needs Education (VET) project. 2012
A review of international research literature in the field of teacher education generally and teacher education for inclusion specifically. 2010
This review aims to present the developments in international and European policy related to Information Communication Technology (ICT) and education, with a special focus on ICT to support inclusive education. 2013