Conceptualization and socio-economic scientific problems of inclusive education: international legislation, experience of EU and Ukraine

Marian Tripak, Maryna Voloshchuk


Introduction. The research of inclusion, development and formation of inclusive educational and training environment take place in the discourse of education and scientific, socio-economic paradigms, taking into account the international rights, freedoms and values of EU. The basis of the inclusive education development is the human-centered model, social needs, and also value of human resources and human capital, which are laid down in the EU documents and programs.

The purpose: on the basis of on the basis of the analysis of studies of the conceptual features of the development of inclusive education, international legislation and cases of the formation and development of inclusive education, identify practical value and develop recommendations for the development of inclusive institutions in the discourse of the development of international law and international economy, cases of international institutions, as well as in the context of the economic efficiency of preservation human capital.

Methods. The methods of analysis, synthesis, sampling and mathematical calculations of the development effectiveness of human capital in conditions of inclusion were used in the study.

The results.

In the context of the inclusive education, inclusive learning, scientifically based theoretical and practical resources for learning and teaching development, in which the main focus is aimed at the development of inclusive educational environment in the discourse of international cases and initiatives, are analyzed.

Socio-economic and financial-psychological mechanisms of inclusive institutions of professional pre-higher and higher education of national importance socialization are revealed, which is a process of active, therefore selective, coordinated with the system of own needs and values in the field of economy, internalization of economic social values, the process of active involvement of the student as of an individual into the system of educational and scientific and socio-economic relations.


higher educational institution; inclusion; institution; economic and social welfare; conceptualization; international law; youth with disabilities; educational environment

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