Brief Role of the Parliament of Montenegro in fight against corruption
One of the key aspects of the educational system reform is development of inclusive education based on respect of individual characteristics and needs. This approach is based on several principles: cooperative teaching and learning, providing instruments and technologies for overcoming disabilities, and individual educational plans which allow students to express their special abilities. Inclusive education insists on uniqueness of each child. Each child has its own potentials and possibilities, but also obstacles and difficulties. Within the project “Strengthening CSO capacities in fight against poverty and social exclusion”, supported by the Delegation of the European Union in Montenegro, implemented by CEMI in cooperation with Juventas and Cazas, ten CSO’s dealing with issues in areas of health, education, social inclusion and human rights in general, have formed the Coalition for Social Changes. Coalition for Social Changes has created policy proposals from four areas of the PASIS through careful monitoring of the Strategy implementation, field research, and interviews with relevant institutions. Within this project the policy study and brief were created under title “From integrative to inclusive education: keeping pace with needs” written by representatives of Monitoring Center, Center for Civic education and Pedagogical Center. This brief seeks to identify problms in implementation of the inclusive education concept in Montenegro and to define recommendations, implementation of which would improve current situation at this area.