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After the democratic elections of 1994, the South African government embarked on radical reforms to the apartheid education system, which included the development of a policy that is committed to human rights and social justice.
The inclusive education policy, entitled: Education White Paper 6: Special Needs Education: Building an Inclusive Education and Training System (Department of Education, 2001) was released in July 2001.
This inclusive education policy brought with it the prospect of changing the structures that promoted exclusionary and discriminatory practices in the education system.
While the inclusive education framework is characterised by explicit policy directives, well-defined outcomes and a firm commitment to human rights and social justice, there is a growing realisation that a considerable gap exists between this framework and its effective implementation.
This book sheds light on the bottle necks and drivers of inclusive education.
It makes recommendations on evidence based strategies that facilitate inclusion.
Sindiswa Yvonne Stofile is a senior lecturer at the University of the Western Cape in the Department of Educational Psychology.
She is responsible for inclusive education courses at undergraduate and post graduate level.
She acted as a consultant for the Department of Basic Education – Inclusive Education Directorate since 1999.
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