Academics are investigating good practices in inclusive education during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
On World Braille Day, Professor Graeme Douglas reflects on the future of braille
How much of a role model has Rose from Strictly Dancing been to deaf children in the UK and what effect has shehad their aspirations and dreams?
The Longitudinal Transition study features in the Florida News Times
Applications are now open to apply for ESRC Doctoral Scholarship. Find out more
Dr Sarah Benson reflects on how teachers in Dubai have adapted to online inclusive practises and if they felt supported throughout the Covid pandemic
In this blog, Ms Vera Kubenz outlines how the pandemic risks exacerbating exclusion by setting back efforts to remove barriers and stigma which prevent disabled children from attending school.
With a rise in exclusions of autistic pupils, academics are investigating the underlying causes and are advocating for enhanced support for teaching staff.
The National Standards SENCO Programme has been reaccredited by The NASENCO Provider Partnership.
Surjit, a young man with autism and Helen his foster carer and also an ACER student on the MEd course have been busy during the lock down period providing support to vulnerable people.
How support our research into understanding how attention can be assessed and taught for children with autism
This short blog provides some important tips and signpost you to some useful sources for home schooling children with autism.