needs to be done to make inclusion a reality in Scottish
schools, rather than a worthy aim?
at the Ethos Network June Roadshow in East Renfrewshire
said there is a need for the political will to match political
rhetoric, and for the Scottish Executive to resource local
authorities adequately to achieve real inclusion.
is admirable. However, how will we ensure it is fully funded
and resourced equally across authorities?
Other suggestions included:
teacher training, including in-service training
education for parents, and willingness to listen to parents
training for support staff
barriers to inclusion contained in the secondary curriculum
should be more creative with resources.