Commentary on Part 2

Inclusive Education and Character Formation as a Tug-of-War between Local and Global

In: Moving towards Inclusive Education

Abstract

In this commentary piece I first discuss the work of Dorothea Hancock () on an inclusive education approach in Mongolia. I also consider the implications for inclusive education of character and moral education in Taiwan (Yen-Hsin Chen, ). Finally I consider the influence of early identification of autism for inclusive education in Brazil (Cleonice Alves Bosa, Simone Steyer and Silvia Helena Koller, ).

Moving towards Inclusive Education

Diverse National Engagements with Paradoxes of Policy and Practice

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