Education, Equality, and Human Rights

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Figures
Figure 7.1 The medical model 120
Figure 7.2 The social model 122
Figure 8.1 The fixed continuum of provision 143
Figure 8.2 The constellation of services 150

Tables
Table 3.1 Job levels of men by ethnic group 51
Table 8.1 Number of children in special schools in England and Wales, 1897-1998 144
Table 8.2 Unequal opportunities growing up disabled 148
Table 8.3 Difference in GCSE results for Year 11 students in special and mainstream schools in England, 1995/6 148

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Gender and Equality 6
  • 2 - Gender, Education and the New Millennium 21
  • 3 - ‘race’, Racism and Resistance 39
  • 4 - Racism and Education 58
  • 5 - One of Them or One of Us? 78
  • 6 - Difficult Loves 99
  • 7 - Disability Discrimination, the Final Frontier 118
  • 8 - Special Educational Needs or Inclusive Education 141
  • 9 - Class and Class Analysis for the Twenty-First Century 162
  • 10 - Social Class and School 182
  • Index 200
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