The Changing Role of Specialist Provision (CROSP)
In June 2021, members from CROSP met online to discuss consequences of the COVID pandemic, e.g. future directions for inclusive education and remote support.
All learners, including those with disabilities and from vulnerable groups, have recognised rights to inclusive education.
A key question is, therefore, to clarify what specialist provision’s role should be in supporting all learners’ rights to inclusive education.
The CROSP methodology follows a peer-learning approach. It provides a forum for reviewing national policies in depth and collaboratively reflecting on other countries’ policies. The approach engages policy-makers with a shared professional focus and knowledge in pre-agreed activities and discussions with each other around four main issues: governance, funding, capacity building and quality assurance.
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