Including homeless children in an elite school: Arzoo’s Story
By Divya Murali, The Ferdinand Centre for Education for Social Justice, with Contributions from Shashi Mendiratta and Sveta Davé Chakravarty, and data-gathering support from Anjali Choudhary and Alia Farooqui.
A fictionalized case study based on a leading school in New Delhi, of the successful implementation, and the continuing challenges, of India’s EWS policy for the inclusion of underserved and disadvantaged children in private schools in India.
Edited by Professors Darrin Griffiths & James Ryan, OISE, University of Toronto, 2018. Word & Deed Publishing, Ontario.
An international collection on inclusion, this book features case studies from teachers, leaders and educational professors on inclusion in schools. Using a conception of inclusion that acknowledges issues of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, religion and ability, this book provides readers with a useful blend of theory and practice. Each case is situated in a school setting and offers readers opportunities to learn about the complexities and challenges associated with issues of exclusion and to develop practices that support inclusion.