Inclusion in education is an ongoing process of removing barriers that prevent some learners to participate in quality education. This policy memo demonstrates that inclusive ECEC could further the goal of inclusive education, by ensuring that inclusion begins early in the trajectory of lifelong learning.
Teachers’ knowledge and skills, their commitment to the job, and the quality of school leadership are essential elements in attaining high educational quality outcomes. The COVID crisis has underlined the wide range of tasks and the strong engagement required from both teachers and school leaders to ensure quality teaching especially in times of adverse circumstances. […]
Many language teachers, teacher educators and second language acquisition researchers have expressed the conviction that the primary aim of foreign language teaching is to enable learners to communicate with people from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds in an increasingly multicultural world.