Inclusion in Teacher Education Final Report
Transnational Study on Inclusion in Education Institutions in Africa – The Preparedness of Educators: The Cases of Cameroon, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria & Togo - 2013
Therese M. S. Tchombe (Coordinator, Professor Emeritus/ UNESCO Chair SEN, University of Buea)
Current trends in education focus on the importance of inclusive practices, characterized by valuing all, respect for differences, and enabling the full participation of all learners including addressing a sense of belonging for all. The transnational study of five African countries sets out to investigate the preparedness of educational institutions for engagement in inclusive education. The countries involved were Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria and Togo.