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School leaders play a key role in ensuring learners’ full participation and engagement by setting a clear direction, developing staff and other stakeholders to collaboratively create a learning community which values diversity, addresses equity and ensure

Infographic: Inclusive Education Across Europe

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Every learner should have access to meaningful, high-quality educational opportunities in their local community, alongside friends and peers. This helpful infographic summarises how and why legislation, practice and policy contribute to the Agency's vision for inclusive education systems.

Exclusionary strategies that deny learners their right to education and inclusive education, and/or unnecessarily label learners as requiring an official decision of special educational needs should be prevented. 
Effective funding mechanisms can be an incentive for inclusive education. They can promote capacity building and empower stakeholders to develop innovative and flexible mainstream learning environments for all learners.

Presentation: Inclusive Education Across Europe

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Using an engaging format, this presentation illustrates the Agency’s position on inclusive education systems. It summarises how and why legislation, practice and policy contribute to the Agency's vision. This material can be used and shared broadly to explain the importance of achieving inclusive education across Europe and beyond.

European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education (EASIE) 2020 Presentation

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This presentation summarises the latest findings and updates about EASIE data collection, which will take place annually from 2020 onwards. 

Funding and resourcing systems that balance efficiency, effectiveness and equity issues are clearly linked to regulatory frameworks focusing on overall system governance, accountability and improvement.
Flexible financing systems must ensure a school development approach. This approach should build learning communities through the development of innovative and flexible forms of teaching that combine performance and equity.
Process factors close to children’s everyday life in early childhood education have the greatest impact on the quality of children’s experience and outcomes.
The positive benefits of early childhood education directly relate to and depend upon high-quality structural and process elements, such as funding and parental involvement.

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