||Education in video
Education in video. ^A1165896
||Is Warnock right? At the heart of the debate: the right to continue sending the most severely disabled to special schools. For some this is segregation; for others it is common sense. Now Baroness Warnock, the original architect of the inclusion policy, has herself turned against it. The way we're teaching disabled children, she claims, will leave a disastrous legacy. For 25 years education policy has striven to remove the barriers to learning faced by children with special needs by including them in mainstream schools. It's a noble goal; but not everyone is happy with the way the government is trying to achieve it. Teachers fear classroom disruption; parents of non-disabled children fear an erosion of academic standards. Lady Warnock and former Ofsted chief Chris Woodhead join Jonathan Dimbleby and a panel of teaching practitioners and equality campaigners to discuss the future of inclusive education.
|General note||Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).|
|Other forms||Previously released as DVD.|
|Reproduction note||Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (Education in video). Available via World Wide Web.|
|Language||This edition in English.|
|Genre/form||Nonfiction television programs.|