Access the Agency’s latest publications below. Publications are available in up to 25 Agency languages and can be freely downloaded.

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Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems: Financing Policy Self-Review Tool

This tool is designed to be used by policy-makers responsible for developing and implementing policies for inclusive education at national, regional and/or local levels.
self-review tool
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Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems: Final Summary Report

This is a summary report based on the analysis presented in the FPIES project synthesis report which examined fundamental topics that connect funding mechanisms for inclusive education systems to…
final summary report
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European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education: Key Messages and Findings (2014 / 2016)

The EASIE Key Messages and Findings (2014 / 2016) report highlights the key messages and main findings from the first two EASIE datasets and Cross-Country Reports.
project report
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Evidence of the Link Between Inclusive Education and Social Inclusion: Final Summary Report

This final summary report outlines the project literature review’s main findings and presents the key policy messages and considerations.
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Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education: Final Summary Report

This report is a short overview of the Agency’s Raising the Achievement of All Learners in Inclusive Education project. The final summary report is based on a comprehensive project synthesis report.
final summary report
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Early School Leaving and Learners with Disabilities and/or Special Educational Needs: Final Summary Report

This final summary report outlines the key evidence and ideas from the two ESL project reports.
final summary report
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Inclusive Early Childhood Education Environment Self-Reflection Tool

The Self-Reflection Tool is aimed at professionals and school staff who can use it to reflect on their setting’s inclusiveness, focusing on the social, learning and physical environment.
self-reflection tool
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European Agency Presentation Flyer

The Agency flyer summarises the Agency's role and its main activities.
summary flyer
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Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems flyer

Informative flyer about the Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems (FPIES) project.  
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Inclusive Education: Take Action! Luxembourg Recommendations flyer

In October 2015, 72 young people had the opportunity to discuss how their schools and communities ensure inclusive education for them. This flyer summarises their recommendations.
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Take Action for Inclusive Education: Delegates' Reflections and Proposals

In October 2015, 72 young people discussed how their schools and communities ensure inclusive education. This report is based on their discussions and the results of the Agency's fourth Hearing.
synthesis report
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Making Your Organisation's Information Accessible For All

This report contains recommendations for organisations that wish to provide accessible information in the education sector in particular, but also more widely as the processes are universal.
project report

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