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