The Future of Inclusive Education: International Trends Promoting Access and Equity for All
This special issue of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE) addresses the future of inclusive education for disabled people/people with disabilities. The special issue brings together scholars, practitioners, and advocates/self-advocates in fields such as special education, policy, Disability Studies, and teacher education. The article topics focus on the international trends and necessary steps in scholarship and practice that will continue the movement toward equity and access for all children as they transition through their schooling and prepare to lead quality adult lives. Contributors address matters associated with research, practice, theory and policy essential to continuing promoting and supporting inclusive education across the globe.
Special Issue Editors:
Donald N. Cardinal, Ph.D.Professor and Director, Thompson Policy Institute on Disability, Attallah College of Educational Studies
Meghan Cosier, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Special Education and Disability Studies, Attallah College of Educational Studies
Audri Sandoval-Gomez, Ph.D.Associate Director, Thompson Policy Institute on Disability, Attallah College of Educational Studies