Jan 17, 2011
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Inclusion is 'the right of every child to an appropriate and efficient education in his or her local mainstream school.' The implication here is that there are to be no exceptions in regards to a child's culture, gender, ethnicity, and religion, issues of disability, age or sexual orientation. An inclusive classroom is one in which learning happens in small groups with peer helping and supporting each other, it is also 'student centred with a high sense of respect and community.