Raising achievement in inclusive education

Learning communities from Italy, Poland and the UK took part in a project that set out to identify key issues and successful strategies in raising achievement in learners. Verity Donnelly examines the findings.
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The Raising the Achievement of all Learners project is a three-year project run by the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education. The project, which builds on  earlier work on ‘Raising Achievement for all Learners-Quality in Inclusive Education’ aims to explore what pedagogical strategies and teaching approaches are effective in raising the achievement of all learners. It also considers how school leaders can best support the development, implementation and monitoring of inputs and processes for raising achievement. A third focus area for the project is that of collaboration. The project involves a range of stakeholders including school leaders, researchers, teachers, parents and learners as well as local and national policy makers. 

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