Komparace přístupů k jedincům se speciálními vzdělávacími potřebami na vysokých školách v České republice, Izraeli a Gruzii.
|Title in English||Comparison of approaches for people with special educational needs at universities in the Czech republic, Israeli and Georgia.|
|Year of publication||2017|
|Type||Appeared in Conference without Proceedings|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Description||One of the standards of the company's maturity is the accessibility and equality of access of all persons without discrimination to all levels of education according to current trends (eg EU legislation). The accessibility of universities for disadvantaged students is standard in European countries. Partner countries have been inspired by this openness in recent years. The target group of pupils and students with special educational needs opens schools at all levels. The research presents conclusions based on a comparison of the concept of this accessibility at the university level in the Czech Republic, Israel and Georgia. The results of the comparison show that the biggest problems include the inconsistency of professional terminology and the complications caused by socio-cultural influences and the historical context of the comparative countries. The research was developed as part of the Erasmus + KA2 Developing Programs for Access of Disadvantaged Groups of People and Regions to Higher Education (2015-2951 / 001-001).|