Changing the Role of Specialist Provision Final Summary Report

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The Changing Role of Specialist Provision in Supporting Inclusive Education (CROSP) project aimed to identify and analyse challenges and opportunities within country policy and practice that influence the re-organisation and reform of specialist provision towards inclusive education for all learners.

CROSP had two phases. Phase 1 covered a detailed mapping exercise on past and current trends and situations in 26 Agency member countries in relation to specialist provision, as well as on perceived future trends. The phase 1 synthesis report presents the results.

Phase 2 built on phase 1’s main outcomes, focusing on peer-learning activities. This process concluded with the development of the CROSP self-review tool, providing a holistic overview of policy priorities, strategies and key actions in the change process.

This report presents the key findings of phases 1 and 2 of CROSP, as described in more detail in the CROSP final synthesis report.
European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education
policy analysis, inclusive education policies, policy development
Marginalized & Vulnerable group:
Indigenous & Minorities, Refugees & Migrants, Socially & Economically excluded groups, Persons with disability
System wide approach, Curriculum, Gender inequalities, ICTs, Inclusive Pedagogy & Practices, Language of Instruction, Physical Learning Environment, Educational Staff Professional Development, Violence & Bullying
Level of Education:
Early Childhood Education, Primary & Secondary
Type of Resources:
Research & Policy Papers
Europe & North America
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