Inclusion – movement for open and fair education
Education is of inestimable importance for a person. The process of education implies the acquisition of knowledge and acquisition of skills and habits for developing abilities, forming a view of the world, as well as nurturing work on self-learning. However, there are also students with special educational needs who need to be included in the educational process. Inclusion is a new model of organized teaching and learning that implies not only the inclusion of children with disabilities in the regular educational system, but also the inclusion of the child in the social life of the community at all levels. Within the model of inclusive teaching, the rights of every child to education have been recognized and conditions have been created for the realization of that right. The sources of legal regulations on which inclusive education relies can be found in internationally ratified documents and documents of a national character that relate in whole or in part to inclusion. Having in mind the topicality of this problem and its application in the education system, inclusive education should be the subject of further research in our environment, because previous research has mainly focused on examining attitudes towards children with disabilities in inclusive education.
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