- Title Pages
- Prefatory Note on Languages of Dis/ability and “special Educational Needs”
- Introduction: From Origins to Contemporary Paradoxes in Special Education
Part OneThe Origins of Special Education
Chapter 1Ideas and Institutions
Chapter 2Economic Change, State Making, and Citizenship
Part TwoComparing Special Education
Chapter 3The Global Institution of Special Education
Chapter 4Historical Models and Social Logics of Special Education Systems
Chapter 5The Institutionalization of Special Education Systems and Their Divergence Over the Twentieth Century
Part ThreeContemporary Paradoxes
Chapter 6Special Education Participation and the Simultaneous Rise of Segregation and Inclusion
Chapter 7Rights, Liberties, and Education in “Least” and “Most” Restrictive Environments
Chapter 8Between Global Intentions and National Persistence
- Comparing Special Education
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