It’s time to get struggling students off the sidelines

In 2008, researcher David Mitchell conducted a meta-study of inclusion, asking what really works in special and inclusive education. His recommendation? “Adapt the mainstream to suit all pupils.” It’s a powerful comment on an education system that quite frankly fails to consider pupils who struggle to learn as a central concern.

How can that be?

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