Policy Brief on Inclusive Digital Education
In this recently published policy brief (opens in a new window) some of the key findings of the report on inclusive digital education and their relevance for policy on inclusion and digital transformation to build more resilient education systems are presented. The key messages relate to four interrelated and connected policy areas and their role in the digital transformation of inclusive education:
- learners and teachers
- educational institutions
- regional and national governance of the education system.
The policy brief aims to provide information and recommendations for policy makers to consider the transformation of digital education and inclusive education as interrelated.
The dossier is based on the Inclusive Digital Education (IDE) activity line of the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education – Denmark (Link opens in a new window) aims to examine in detail new priorities and requirements in relation to inclusive digital education and blended learning. The Institute for Technology and Work (ITA), in cooperation with the Department of Pedagogy at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, prepared a corresponding report describing an overall picture of inclusive digital education and the problems that still need to be solved in this context. It outlines the political context for inclusive digital education and also deals with questions of vulnerability and inclusion.
The publication and accompanying materials can be downloaded free of charge from the European Agency website (link opens in new window).