Invisible language learners: what educators need to know about many First Nations children

Of the original 250-plus languages and over 750 dialects spoken by First Nations peoples before 1788, only 12 are being learned by children today

From The Conversation:

'However, widely spoken contact languages – creoles and dialects – have emerged. One example is Aboriginal English, which is a bro

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Will this letter to the newspapers help end savage treatment in UK ‘hospitals’? Is your country doing better?

There are 2,085 adults and children with a learning disability and/or who are autistic in inpatient units

The CBF (Challenging Behaviour Foundation), alongside charities Rightful Lives, Learning Disability England, Mencap and National Autistic Society, have written to The Independent newspaper ... c

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Towards Inclusive Education and Beyond. EASPD 2021 Lisbon Declaration. (It would be wonderful if this also applied to babies and pre-school children - Editor)

Inclusive education systems reflect and respect the diversity in society and accommodate all learners

From Section 3: Adapting the system to the learner -  

‘Access to education is a fundamental human right, as enshrined in several international and European Human Rights documents. This right e

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Child Rights Connect

For the realisation of children’s rights through the United Nations human rights system

They say: ‘We are an independent, non-profit network made up of more than 85 national, regional, and international organisations.

‘Through our members we reach out to every country on the planet. Our shared

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