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Title: Radical inclusive education : disability, teaching and struggles for liberation [Book review]
Authors: Callus, Anne-Marie
Keywords: Books -- Reviews
Inclusive education
People with disabilities -- Education -- Case studies
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Callus, A. M. (2017). Radical inclusive education: disability, teaching and struggles for liberation [Review of the book by A. Greenstein]. Disability and Society, 32(4), 603-604.
Abstract: This book brings together the radical pedagogy of Paolo Freire and the principles of inclu- sive education, exploring ways in which the two can be combined and translated into practice. In this regard, Radical Inclusive Education can be seen as continuing on the work of other authors who have combined Freirean pedagogy with inclusive education, such as Gause’s (2011) book on addressing diversity and achieving equity in inclusive education, and Gibson’s (2006) article using Freire’s concept of the ‘culture of silence’ to discuss ways in which inclusive education can enable disabled children to fnd and use their own voice.
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