Access to Quality Education for Children With Special Educational Needs

Published in: European Commission (2019)

Posted on RAND.org on January 23, 2019

by Victoria Jordan, Rob Prideaux

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This policy memo provides an overview of the policy and practice of EU countries in ensuring access to quality education for children with special educational needs. It sets out the policy framework and main approaches taken by Member States, identifies key challenges for policy-makers and practitioners, and highlights examples of practices from across the EU.

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