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We became a member of APBS (Association for Positive Behaviour Support) READ MORE
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ONE YEAR LATER – The results of the survey present the impacts of the pro-inclusive education reform

According to the research of headmasters and teachers views on the impact of pro-inclusive education reform (amendments to School Act introducing support measures for children with special educational needs), funding of the support for children with special needs is the most improved factor after first year of practice. However, headmasters of mainstream elementary schools are still struggling with lack of teacher assistants or special educators. The large number of pupils in the classroom is also seen as problem by teachers. (more…)

We became a member of APBS (Association for Positive Behaviour Support)

Czech Society for Inclusive Education became a member of APBS (Association for Positive Behaviour Support) – an international membership organisation whose main goal is supporting children with challenging behaviour. The association believes in the concept of PBS (Positive Behaviour Support), which is a set of processes that combine information from social, behavioural, and biomedical science. (more…)

UNESCO – A Guide for Ensuring Inclusion and Equity in Education

United Nations educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) developed A Guide for Ensuring Inclusion and Equity in Education. The guide aims to support policy makers, senior staff, school staff, families and communities by reviewing current policies and practices and then deciding on actions to be taken.
It reacts to a high number of children (263 000 000) between 6 and 17 years who cannot attend school today.

The OECD Handbook for Innovative Learning Environments

We recommend you an interesting and helpful OECD Handbook for Innovative Learning Environments. This handbook is designed for teachers, educators, instructors, school directors and all the others working in education. Especially for those who are interested in improving of learning environment. It draws on extensive reports and materials compiled over a decade by the OECD in its Innovative Learning (ILE) projectParticularly we recommend the first chapter, which brings inspiring views on learning principles.