Inclusive schooling is concerned with the educational experiences and outcomes for all children. Since present forms of schooling routinely deny human rights and exclude students on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexuality and class, inclusive education is a project of educational reconceptualization and radical reconstruction.
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