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The key subject matters in inclusion are explored via an A - Z process overlaying key options, theories / theorists, and figures.

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A - Z of Inclusion in Early Childhood

The foremost issues in inclusion are explored via an A - Z strategy masking key innovations, theories / theorists, and figures.

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IZA DP No 6971. abstract_id=2173661 (accessed 22 May 2013). Atkinson, M. (2009) They Never Give Up On You. uk/content/publications/content_562 (accessed 17 April 2013). , Ainscow, M. and Kingston, D. (2006) Index for Inclusion: Developing Play, Learning and Participation in Early Years and Childcare. Bristol: Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education. Contact a Family (2013) Falling Through the Net. pdf (accessed 17 April 2013). Department for Education (DfE, 2012a) The Early Years Foundation Stage.

More than two-thirds of all permanently excluded pupils, according to this analysis, are proven to have some form of identified SEN. Ethnicity was also a significant factor in the statistics with, for example, Black Caribbean pupils nearly four times as likely to be permanently excluded. Seventeen per cent of Irish Traveller children and 15 per cent of Roma Traveller children were also excluded. In 2013 the campaigning charity Contact a Family (2013) flagged up the issue of the illegal exclusion of disabled children.

Html (accessed 17 April 2013). 2). London: HMSO. Leslie, C. and Skidmore, C. (2009) SEN: The Truth about Inclusion. London: The Bow Group. Nutbrown, C. and Clough, P. (2006) Inclusion in the Early Years. London: Sage. Ofsted (2009) The Exclusion from School of Children aged Four to Seven. uk/resources/exclusion-school-of-children-aged-four-seven (accessed 17 April 2013). Rustemier, S. (2004) Social justice, in M. Vaughan and G. Thomas (eds). Inclusive Education – Readings and Reflections. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

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