Inclusion and Human Resources: Parents’ View and Professionals’ Opinions 50
PhD in Psychology, Vice-Rector on Inclusive Education, Chief, Institute of Inclusive Education Problems, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia
Chairman, Board All-Russian organization of parents of disabled children and Disabled People over 18 Years of Age, Moscow, Russia
Chairman, Moscow region department, All-Russian organization of parents of disabled children and Disabled People over 18 Years of Age with Mental and Other Disabilities Who Need Representation of Their Interests (VORDI), Balashikha, Russia
Curator of the Direction Education, All-Russian organization of parents of disabled children and Disabled People over 18 Years of Age with Mental and Other Disabilities Who Need Representation of Their Interests (VORDI), Moscow, Russia
The article is devoted to the discussion of the results of a survey of parents of children with disabilities conducted by the “All-Russian Organization of Parents of Disabled Children and Disabled People over 18 Years of Age with Mental and Other Disabilities Who Need Representation of Their Interests” (VORDI). The authors discuss the problems that parents say — home education, lack of psychological and pedagogical assistance and special conditions at school, disagreement with the opinion of the psychological, medical and pedagogical commission. The key problem of the education system, in the opinion of the respondents and the authors of the article, is the absence or lack of training of teaching staff who could work in an inclusive education with students with special educational needs. The position is expressed about the need for systematic development of inclusive education resources, and above all human resources. The creation of regional resource centers for the development of inclusive education in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, providing for retraining and advanced training of teachers, their methodological support, is seen as a priority direction of the state policy in the field of education.
Keywords: parental survey, inclusive education, education of children with disabilities, psychological, medical and pedagogical commission, home education, staff conditions, psychological and pedagogical support, tutoring, special educational conditions, educational policy
Column: Professional Training of Specialists to Work with Different Categories of Children
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