Læring - inklusion i den danske folkeskole

Anne Lynggård Reiter, Ann-Sofie Nielsen, Rasmus Ekstrøm Tengvad & Nanna Strøm Rasmussen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


Recent changes in the Folkeskole Act have led to a vast debate in the Danish society. Politicians, experts, professionals and parents have raised their concerns, doubting the possibility of a successful process, yet the Ministry of Education has decided that inclusion must be carried out in all public schools. Hence, special schools will be closed and most children with special needs will be included in the ordinary public schools. Thus, the objective of this project is to determine whether inclusion is even possible. This is achieved through an analysis of inclusion presented from the perspective of the Ministry of Education compared to two approaches of theory of science. Through this process of analysis the project reveals the view on subjectives and learning that shape inclusion as the Ministry of Education presents it. The project concludes that there is a dilemma in focusing on individual needs and prioritizing solidarity at the same time. In spite of this dilemma the Ministry of Education has carried out the vision of inclusion. However, to be successful this process requires sufficient resources such as economy, further education and a consideration of the structures within the existing school system.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato16 dec. 2013
VejledereJanni Berthou Hermansen


  • Undervisningsministeriet
  • Læring
  • Inklusion
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