Construction and Analysis of Lifelong Inclusive Education Model Based on Education 2030 Framework for Action
International Journal of Elementary Education
Volume 9, Issue 2, June 2020, Pages: 37-45
Received: Jun. 5, 2020; Accepted: Jun. 29, 2020; Published: Jul. 13, 2020
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Feng Xia, Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
Lian Lu, Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
Can Liu, Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
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Abstract
Inclusive education is a general trend in the development of world education and the inevitable requirement of education modernization in China. Lifelong Inclusive Education will become the direction of inclusive education in the future. This paper discusses the necessity and feasibility of lifelong inclusive education from both theoretical and empirical perspectives. Based on the Education 2030 Framework for Action, the paper put forward the theory model of lifelong inclusive education, discussed the constituent elements and the relationships among elements of lifelong education theoretical model. The theoretical model of lifelong inclusive education is a spatial structure, which includes three levels, consisting of three elements: the scope of inclusive education objects, the stage of inclusive education and the situation of lifelong inclusive education. At the same time, Changning district of Shanghai has formed some typical cases in the aspects of 0-3 years old special education support, community inclusive service for adults with disabilities, leisure and health care support service for disabled elderly, support service for gifted student, students learning in regular classrooms, thus demonstrating the feasibility of implementing lifelong inclusive education. Finally, the development of China's inclusive education is prospected. Inclusive education in China will step towards lifelong inclusive education and may take the lead in turning lifelong inclusive education into reality.
Keywords
Inclusive Education, Lifelong Inclusive Education, Education 2030 Framework for Action, Theoretical Model
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Feng Xia, Lian Lu, Can Liu, Construction and Analysis of Lifelong Inclusive Education Model Based on Education 2030 Framework for Action, International Journal of Elementary Education. Vol. 9, No. 2, 2020, pp. 37-45. doi: 10.11648/j.ijeedu.20200902.13
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