The InScool project released a “Policy Report on Inclusive Education: Lessons Learned from the Inclusive Schools Project”. You can download the PDF via below link.
The InScool project has been running since January 2019 and will end in January 2021.
The project implementation took place against the backdrop of important changes across Europe. At the start of the project, Europe was already experiencing social, political and economic turmoil leading to gradual segregation of society and bringing about inequality and limited access to fundamental human rights (such as access to education for all). These issues have been further exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic increasing even more the threat of exclusion for the most fragile societal groups.
The project aimed to address these issues by aspiring to embed inclusive education principles into school management in Europe. It supported the emergence of a community of leaders who stand for inclusion consisting of school leaders, teachers, staff, and students. The long-term vision behind the project is a gradual transformation of school culture into an inclusive school ethos by fostering long-term inclusion strategies in schools and engaging school communities in action plans and collaborations that promote equality and value diversity.