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- There are four typical stages that can be identified as education systems move towards establishing an all-inclusive policy.  The first stage involves recognizing education as a right. /…/.  Where there is a recognition of education as a human right, the second stage involves segregation, whereby girls, indigenous people, children with disabilities, or members of minorities are given access to education but confined to separate, routinely inferior schools.  The third stage involves moving from segregation towards integration. Groups newly admitted to mainstream schools have to adapt, abandoning their mother tongue or religion, or their usual residence if they are enrolled in boarding schools. /…/  The fourth stage requires that schools respond to the diversity of their students. The previous onus on children to adapt to whatever education was available is replaced by adapting education to the best interests of each child.
- Tomasevski, Katarina (UNESCO Bangkok)
- Manual on Rights-based Education - Global Human Rights Requirements Made Simple (UNESCO Bangkok 2004), S. 53f. = Kollaborationsporjekt zwischen dem UN-Sonderberichterstatter für das Menschenrecht auf Bildung und dem Asia & Pacific Regional Bureau for Education der UNESCO.
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