A peacebuilding toolkit for formal and informal educators working in conflict zones. The guide provides universally adaptable materials, guidance, and comments on teaching peace in the context of world conflict.
This paper collects theory and evidence on student assessment and suggests appropriate steps that teachers and administrators should take when creating their own assessment mechanisms.
This comprehensive report traces the distinctions between inclusive and exclusive models in countries, communities, and schools. It puts forth suggestions for measuring child disability, using appropriate language and definitions in inclusive environments, and suggestions for ratifiying of implementing the Conventions related to inclusive education.
This multi-color, interactive guidebook maps low-cost, high-impact classroom resources, teacher development strategies, and student encouragement mechanisms and labels them "micro-innovations" deployable around the world.
This report surveys the components and outcomes of the Leonard Cheshire and ESCAP joint conference held in Bangkok, Thailand on March 14-16, 2012. Conference attendees convened to discuss the MDGs and their support or lack thereof for persons with disabilities. Attendees pulled together a call for "Disability-inclusive MDGs" to maximize aid effectiveness for all individuals.
This guide serves as a primer for learners, educators, policymakers, and researchers on the topic of inclusive education. It defines important terminology and draws distinctions between support mechanisms.
Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Its Implementation and Relevance for the World Bank
Developed by the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability for Youth, this document serves as a guide for all in approaching career development for learners with disabilities.
A multimedia resource toolkit developed by UNESCO-UNEVOC to facilitate awareness campaigns for technical and vocational skills-based learning on behalf of marginalized learners in the world's poorest countries. The backbone of the Skills Development Package is a set of short films with simple, materials-based titles such as "Wood" and "Fruits".