Inclusive education enrolls in agreement with values of democratic society because it promotes equal opportunities, accepting differences, respect for diversity, human solidarity, struggle against exclusion and marginality, struggle against social inequality. This paper analyzes the risks which the current inclusive education policies involve on one system which previous focus on segregated special education. Today there is still a series of obstacles to adapting regular school services to the needs of the students: change of mentality, formation of attitudes, values, believes, appropriate behaviors. This paper aims to identify practical ways which lead to better implementation of inclusion policies.
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