To assess the state of inclusive education through an education union lens, EI conducted an online survey of its affiliated unions in January 2018. The survey focused on government as well as union practices and policies on disability and inclusive quality education in the respondents’ countries and jurisdictions. This brief reports on the survey results which complements a more-detailed study on inclusive education that was commissioned by EI entitled: ‘Rethinking Disability: A Primer for Educators and Education Unions’. Fifty (50) education unions from 43 countries in Latin America (three), Africa (11), Asia-Pacific (12), Europe (20) and North America and the Caribbean (four) participated in the survey. This represents about 13 percent of the total EI membership.1 Of the 50 respondents, 34 completed the survey in its entirety, and 16 completed it partially.
Asia and the Pacific
Americas and the Caribbean
Papua New Guinea
Ex República yugoeslava de Macedonia
educación de la primera infancia