Inclusive education is not only about policies to support individual learners. A comprehensive range of policies at all levels must refer to and implement inclusive education.

Country Policy Review and Analysis (CPRA) work shows the importance of developing a range of interconnected policies and strategies to implement the principles of inclusive education. These policies are necessary to meet a significant number of measures and recommendations that are related to previous Agency work, EU education and training objectives, and international policy commitments, i.e. Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

CPRA highlighted 12 measures and policy recommendations that can help policy-makers to reflect on their existing national policies across all sectors that affect inclusive education. For more information on CPRA and the 12 measures and policy recommendations, refer to Country Policy Review and Analysis: Key messages for working with and for countries.

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