Challenges of Inclusive Schooling

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Title: Challenges of Inclusive Schooling
Author: Kallon, Michael
Abstract: The author examines the topic of inclusive schooling against the background of personal experiences as a graduate student in a foreign university and as a teacher educator in the Caribbean. The article suggests that the starting point for developing an inclusive curriculum is for educators to acknowledge that racism, ethnicity, classism, and sexism are an integral part of Caribbean society. It also notes that the key to building a truly inclusive school is a transformation of the conventional curriculum, and for the adoption of new ways of thinking about schooling and education
Date: 2004-05

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