TITLE

LATVIJAS ESOŠĀS PIEREDZES IZVĒRTĒŠANA NO IEKĻAUJOŠĀS IZGLĪ

AUTHOR(S)
Prudņikova, Ilga; Ušča, Svetlana; Vīgante, Rasma
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Education Reform in Comprehensive School: Education Content Res;Jan2010, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In Latvia, serious attention is paid to the questions of incorporation education, because starting from the second half of the 20th century this kind of education has become an important politics branch of education development all over the world. All the countries have difficult historical experience regarding the care of those citizens who have disturbance in their physical as well as in their mental age. In the Western Europe, as the result of antidiscrimination politics a vast integration of the children of different development disturbances into the comprehensive schools took place. To implement into the practical life the approach regarding the accessibility of education for each educate that is also stated at the UNO Children Rights Convention, UNO Declaration Regarding Education to Everybody, UNO Standard Terms Regarding People of Special Needs, is an important activity cared for by the state and the society. The experience stored during 20 years, allows to the state and to the society to notice not only the advantages of the chosen approach (they are well known to everybody), but also its created problems.
ACCESSION #
59256267

 

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