This chapter reports on how funding is used in general education schools around the world to facilitate inclusive education. While research has estab- lished the importance of inclusive education and investigated the diverse funding models employed in different global regions, this narrative review reports on how funding is operationalized at the school and classroom level to achieve the goals of inclusive education. Results indicate funding is commonly allocated to in-service professional learning programmes, resource acquisition, and purposefully tailored supplementary programmes for students with specific educational needs. This chapter outlines recommendations for researchers and policymakers in developing new ways of funding inclusive practices.
|Name||International perspectives on Inclusive Education|
|Publisher||Emerald Publishing Limited|
- Inclusive education
- Funding models