The Agency’s latest open-access publications are available below. The Agency Open Access Policy allows the public to freely access, download and share these resources. Certain resources, such as practical tools, are also open source. You can modify open-source resources to suit your needs. Please refer to the publication information page at the beginning of any publication to confirm its licence and usage guidelines.

Publications are available in up to 25 Agency languages. You can use the filter to search and select the publications you want to see based on their theme, type (such as reports, literature reviews, flyers), the countries they relate to, the language and the year.

Visit the publications listing page for a complete list of Agency publications, along with details, links and filters based on theme, type, language, year and file type.

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cover of the Young Voices: Meeting Diversity in Education report

Young Voices: Meeting Diversity in Education

This report presents the results of the European Hearing of young people with special educational needs organised in 2007 by the Agency, in co-operation with the Portuguese Ministry of Education.
synthesis report
cover of the Key Principles in Special Needs Education – Recommendations for Policy-Makers report

Key Principles in Special Needs Education – Recommendations for Policy-Makers

Educational policy-makers prepared this document to provide fellow policy-makers across Europe with a synthesis of the policy findings emerging from Agency thematic work up to 2003.
synthesis report
cover of the Young Views on Special Needs Education report

Young Views on Special Needs Education

Results of the European Parliament Hearing of young people with special educational needs, held in Brussels in November 2003.
synthesis report
cover of the Special Education across Europe in 2003 report

Special Education across Europe in 2003

This report is an update to an 1998 Agency report. It assesses the situation of special education in 18 Agency member countries.
synthesis report
image of the Outline Indicators for Inclusive Assessment flyer

Outline Indicators for Inclusive Assessment

Flyer presenting a series of 'outline' indicators and associated preconditions that are considered crucial for inclusive assessment. Representatives from 25 countries have agreed on them.
summary flyer
Front cover of the publication 'Assessment Issues in Non-European Countries: A Brief Review of Literature'

Assessment Issues in Non-European Countries: A Brief Review of Literature

Review of literature describing legislative frameworks, the possible purposes of assessment and developments in assessment practice in inclusive education settings in non-European countries.
literature review
cover of the Special Needs Education in Europe (Volume 2) – Provision in Post-Primary Education report

Special Needs Education in Europe (Volume 2) – Provision in Post-Primary Education

Thematic publication providing a summary of relevant information collected by the Agency covering priority areas within the field of special needs education.
synthesis report
cover of the Individual Transition Plans report

Individual Transition Plans

This report, published in 2006, is a continuation of an earlier study on Transition from School to Employment for young people with special educational needs.
synthesis report
cover of the Inclusive Education and Classroom Practice in Secondary Education report

Inclusive Education and Classroom Practice in Secondary Education

This summary report from 2005 presents an overview of the findings of the second phase of the Classroom and School Practice project.
synthesis report
a young person's drawing of a child

Special Needs Education in Europe

A thematic publication produced by the Agency in co-operation with Eurydice, the information network on education in Europe.
synthesis report
cover of the Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practice report

Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practice

A summary report from 2003 presenting an overview of the findings of the Classroom and School Practice project, focusing on the primary school age phase.
synthesis report
image of a young person working at a computer

Information and Communication Technology in Special Needs Education report

This report is an executive summary of the Information and Communication Technology in Special Needs Education project that the Agency conducted during the period 1999–2001.
synthesis report

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