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Title: Evolution of the Portuguese special education system. A deaf child’s life in a regular school: Is it possible to have hope?
Authors: Freire, Sofia
César, Margarida
Keywords: Deaf pupils
Mainstream schools
Primary schools
Special education system
Education for all
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Educational and Child Psychology, Guest issue: What psychology for what kind of world?, volume 19, número 2
Abstract: This paper traces the development and change of the special education system in Portugal within the wider context of the ‘Education for All’ movement and inclusion as an internationally recognised policy. In order to understand and to consider the strengths and challenges in current policy the writers provide the case study of a day in the life of one ten-year-old deaf child. Tensions and difficulties are uncovered as the school concerned adapts to new demands. It is concluded that inclusive education is a process – a goal that each school strives towards with different rhythms and through different patterns.
Peer review: yes
ISSN: 0267 1611
Appears in Collections:FC-DE-CIE-GIEDF - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais

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