Birgit Lütje-KlosePhillip NeumannJulia GorgesElke Wild

Bielefeld Longitudinal Study on Learning in Inclusive and Exclusive Forms of Special Needs Education (BiLieF) – Key Findings

Shortlink: https://www.waxmann.com/artikelART102470
.doi: https://doi.org/10.31244/dds.2018.02.02

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Abstract

The Bielefeld Longitudinal Study on Learning in Inclusive and Exclusive Forms of Special Needs Education (BiLieF) compared the psychosocial development and the performance growth of children with special educational needs in the field of learning, starting in third grade through fifth grade. Results from quantitative and qualitative methods showed that proximal factors affect children’s development, whereas educational setting is less influential.

Keywords
inclusion, special educational needs, primary school, school well-being, role of special education teachers