The social and economic rationale of inclusive education: An overview of the outcomes in education for diverse groups of students

Education, Report

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has released this education working paper reviewing the evidence on the potential benefits and costs of inclusive education reforms. It outlines the effects of exclusion and inclusion in educational settings for diverse groups of students including students with special education needs; immigrant and refugee students; ethnic groups, national minorities and Indigenous peoples; gifted students; female and male students; and LGBTQI+ students.

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