- Title Pages
- Author biographies
OneDisability and education in historical perspective
TwoComplex needs, divergent frameworks: challenges disabled children face in accessing appropriate support services and inclusive educational opportunities
ThreeFrom SEN to Sen: could the ‘capabilities’ approach transform the educational opportunities of disabled children?
FourMulti-agency working and disabled children and young people: from ‘what works’ to ‘active becoming’
FiveDisabled children’s ‘voice’ and experiences
SixBuilding brighter futures for all our children: education, disability, social policy and the family 1
SevenAccess to higher education for disabled students: a policy success story?
EightMeeting the standard but failing the test: children and young people with sensory impairments
NineHeading for inclusion: a head teacher’s journey towards an inclusive school
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