Study on the School Inclusion of the Rhuman Ethnic Students

  • Gina Anton
Keywords: inclusion; Roma students; educational factors; disabilities; school reform; special programs; socio-economic environment


Inclusive education involves a permanent process of improving the school institution, with
the purpose of exploiting the existing resources, especially of human resources, to support the
participation in the education process of all the students within a community. Inclusive education refers
to eliminating all barriers to education and ensuring the participation of the vulnerable in terms of
exclusion and marginalization. Inclusive education or school involves the idea of reforming the school
and society as a whole, in order to respond to the wish, a society for all, that better responds to the
needs, potential and aspirations of all children, including those with special educational needs.