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The Impact of COVID-19 on Inclusive Education at the European Level: Literature Review

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected learners around the world. School closures forced emergency responses from education systems, resulting in various forms of remote schooling. Many of these highlighted a pre-existing crisis in education, making inequalities more visible and providing a reason for systemic change in education worldwide.

Publications Order Form 2021

The Agency disseminates information from its work via a wide array of publications. These include thematic project reports, conference reports, literature reviews, policy briefs, summary flyers, practical tools and country statistical data.

This Order Form presents the Agency’s most recent publications. Click the links in the PDF to access the publications in question.

The publications are available in up to 26 languages. They are free to download from the Agency website.

Out-of-School and Out-of-Data? Out-of-School Learners in EASIE – Conceptual Working Paper

The issue of learners who are out-of-school and not in any form of education was identified as a priority for investigation within the context of the European Agency Statistics on Inclusive Education (EASIE) work. Three main questions guided activities to explore the issue with the EASIE data experts during 2019–2020:

Teacher Professional Learning for Inclusion: Phase 1 Final Summary Report

Phase 1 of the Teacher Professional Learning for Inclusion (TPL4I) project focused on policies that affect teacher professional learning (TPL) for inclusion. It aimed to identify the essential policy elements to ensure that all teachers are prepared for inclusive education. This report presents all TPL4I phase 1 activities and findings.