Given the benefits of inclusive education on children with and without disabilities, the Division of International Special Education and Services (DISES) developed an Information Brief to acquaint our international community with effective global inclusive education practices, policies, and frameworks for engaging students with disabilities, while addressing common challenges and resource issues experienced by students and their educators. In our brief, we highlight specific strategies for promoting inclusive education underscored in the 2017 peer-reviewed report conducted by Anne M. Hayes and Jeanne Bulat, titled Disabilities Inclusive Education Systems and Policies Guide for Low- and Middle-Income Countries. The purpose of the Hayes and Bulat report was to inform and guide practice for currently practicing professionals, or professionals aspiring to work in low- and middle-income countries, as well as advance policies and practices for the successful implementation of effective inclusive education. Our brief summarizes and shares four of the key strategies offered...

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