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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John G Richardson; Justin J W Powell
|Description:||xii, 346 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : from origins to contemporary paradoxes in special education --
Ideas and institutions : the enlightenments, human nature, and disability --
Economic change, state-making, and citizenship --
The global institution of special education --
Historical models and social logics of special education systems --
Institutionalizing special education systems and their divergence over the twentieth century --
Special education participation and the simultaneous rise of segregation and inclusion --
Rights, liberties and education in "least" and "most" restrictive settings : contrasting futures of public education and juvenile justice --
Between global intentions and national resistance : from special education to inclusive education?
|Responsibility:||John G. Richardson and Justin J.W. Powell.|
"In an area of educational practice rife with nostrums and fruitless ideological controversy, this unique book identifies key issues that children with unusual needs pose for the enterprise of
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"In an area of educational practice rife with nostrums and fruitless ideological controversy, this unique book identifies key issues that children with unusual needs pose for the enterprise of schooling."—Robert Dreeben, University of Chicago
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