Exploring Student and Beginner Teachers’ enactment of the concept of Pupil Differences in Schools Located in High Poverty Environments

Archie Graham*, Dean Robson, Peter Mtika, Lindsay MacDougall, Kevin Stelfox

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

In Scotland, the Scottish Teacher Education Committee’s National Framework for Inclusion 2014 and the Scottish Government’s 2015 Scottish Attainment Challenge are two examples of current policy initiatives that underpin the promotion of inclusive education. Such policies are reinforced by the Equality Act 2010 which places a legal obligation on schools to make reasonable adjustments to provision, where required, and prohibits discrimination and harassment based on protected characteristics. Ensuring individuals are treated fairly and equally, no matter their race, gender, age, disability, religion or sexual orientation is paramount to understanding these protected characteristics.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScottish Educational Research Association Connects Webinar
Subtitle of host publicationSocial Justice – agency and respect
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jun 2021
EventExploring Student and Beginner Teachers’ enactment of the concept of Pupil Differences in Schools Located in High Poverty Environments -
Duration: 2 Jun 2021 → …

Publication series

NameScottish Educational Research Association, SERA Connects Webinar

Seminar

SeminarExploring Student and Beginner Teachers’ enactment of the concept of Pupil Differences in Schools Located in High Poverty Environments
Period2/06/21 → …

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