Ausgabe 3/2016, 39. Jahrgang S. 22–27
Inclusive Education: “Same same but Different”. Examples from Guatemala and Malawi
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Inclusive education is a global paradigm implemented across a range of different local contexts. Inclusion is a manifold concept with several and ambiguous meanings. This article is based on a yearlong research project in Guatemala and Malawi and is exploring the question: What are the specifics of inclusive education in so-called developing countries at the example of Guatemala and Malawi. After a theoretical embedding we are presenting the research results on the above mentioned question. The results bring forth tensions in the concept and implementation of inclusive education.
Inclusive education, developing countries, Guatemala, Malawi
Hummel, M. & Werning R. (2016). Inclusive Education: “Same same but Different”. Examples from Guatemala and Malawi. ZEP – Zeitschrift für internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspädagogik, 39(3), 22-27. https://www.waxmann.com/artikelART102020