Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Justin J W Powell
|Description:||xv, 327 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword by Karl Ulrich Mayer 1. Disability and Special Education over the Twentieth Century Part One: The Construction of Special Education Organizations and Disability 2. Comparing (Federal) Education Systems: Ideologies, Institutions, and Interests 3. Compulsory Schooling for All Children: Structured Learning Opportunities in Special Schools (Germany) and Special Classes (United States) 4. Classifying "Special Educational Needs": Categorical Boundaries of Student Disability and Disadvantage Part Two: The Development of Special Education Systems: Isomorphism, Expansion, Inertia 5. Germany's Special Schools since 1900 6. Special Classes in the United States since 1900 7. Comparing German and American Special Education Systems Part Three: Barriers to Inclusive Education 8. Institutional Barriers to Inclusion 9 Inclusive Education for the Twenty-first Century?|
|Series Title:||Yale series in sociology.|
|Responsibility:||Justin J.W. Powell.|
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
Summary & Endorsements
Barriers to Inclusion provides an in-depth comparative and historical account of the rise of special education over the twentieth century in the United States and Germany. This institutional analysis demonstrates how professional groups, social movements, and education and social policies shaped the...
- 1 of 1 people found this review helpful. Did it help you?
- Special education -- United States -- History.
- Special education -- Germany -- History.
- Inclusive education -- United States -- History.
- Inclusive education -- Germany -- History.
- Inclusive education.
- Special education.
- United States.
- Inklusive Pädagogik
- Inklusive Pädagogik.