Inclusive Education

Nov 30, 2020,

Serbia’s Forgotten Students

Disclaimer: The European Network on Independent Living maintains their strong stance against segregated educational settings. The text below does not aim to advocate for special education, but instead to highlight the vulnerability of disabled children when they don’t have proper support in place, to transition into mainstream settings. On the evening of Friday 27th, at…

Sep 30, 2020,

Inclusive Education and Erasmus+ Opportunities

This month, on the14th and 15th of September, ENIL participated in two webinars on inclusive education. The first one was hosted by COFACE Families Europe, entitled “Back-to-school: Triggering a meaningful shift towards inclusive education”. The S.H.I.F.T. guide, focusing on different areas (Support, Human Rights, Independence, Families, and society Transition), was used as the starting point…

Aug 31, 2020,

How Inclusive is PISA?

In 1997, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) initiated the Programme for International Student Assessment, known as PISA. PISA is an international OECD’s study-test that was first applied in 2000 and has been carried out every three years since. So far, more than 80 countries and economies volunteered to participate in it. PISA…