Die Rolle von Eltern, LehrerInnen und SozialarbeiterInnen im deutschen und australischen Bildungssystem

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Part of the Edition Centaurus – Jugend, Migration und Diversity book series (ECJMC)

Zusammenfassung

Wer im australischen Bundesstaat New South Wales (NSW) als SchülerIn an einer staatlichen Grund- oder weiterführenden Schule angemeldet ist, hat ein Grundrecht auf Inklusion (Cologon, 2013, S.11). Dieses Kapitel liefert einen Vergleich der Bildungssysteme deutscher Grund- und weiterführender Schulen mit den entsprechenden Systemen in New South Wales unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der "Inklusionspraxis". Die Daten umfassen die inklusionsbezogenen Rollen und Sichtweisen von Eltern, LehrerInnen und SchulsozialarbeiterInnen an deutschen sowie BeratungslehrerInnen an australischen Schulen. Es wird versucht, die Bildungssysteme in NSW und Deutschland im Gesamtzusammenhang zu betrachten und signifikante Ergebnisse und Unterschiede herauszuarbeiten, die für die gegenwärtige Bildungspraxis in NSW relevant sein könnten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SydneyAustralien
  2. 2.InverellAustralien

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