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    Education, Inclusion and Individual Differences: Recognising and Resolving Dilemmas
    British Journal of Educational Studies 50 (4). 2002.
    The case is presented for a dilemmatic perspective to the educational provision for pupils and students with difficulties and disabilities. This perspective recognises the links and tensions between social and individual values and models. The paper focuses on the central significance of dilemmas of difference in understanding policy and practice issues in the field. One of the central arguments is that a commitment to inclusion implies a commitment to meeting the needs of a minority and therefo…Read more