The Changing Role of Specialist Provision (CROSP)
All learners, including those with disabilities and from vulnerable groups, have recognised rights to inclusive education.
A key question for many countries 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 to be considered for changing specialist provision’s role in supporting inclusive education: governance, funding, capacity building and quality assurance.
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