Changing the Role of Specialist Provision: Final Summary Report

The Changing Role of Specialist Provision in Supporting Inclusive Education (CROSP) project aimed to identify and analyse challenges and opportunities within country policy and practice that influence the re-organisation and reform of specialist provision towards inclusive education for all learners.

CROSP had two phases. Phase 1 covered a detailed mapping exercise on past and current trends and situations in 26 Agency member countries in relation to specialist provision, as well as on perceived future trends. The phase 1 synthesis report presents the results.

Phase 2 built on phase 1’s main outcomes, focusing on peer-learning activities. This process concluded with the development of the CROSP self-review tool, providing a holistic overview of policy priorities, strategies and key actions in the change process.

This report presents the key findings of phases 1 and 2 of CROSP, as described in more detail in the CROSP final synthesis report

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