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Education for Social Justice
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Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1:
Setting the scene

Chapter 2: Wellbeing and social justice

Chapter 3: Vulnerable children

Chapter 4: Discrimination and stereotypes

Chapter 5: Health and balance

Chapter 6: Physical activity and Emotional health

Chapter 7: Happiness and learning

Chapter 8: Inclusive practice

Chapter 9: Community and family

Chapter 10: Positive role models

Chapter 11: Implications for leadership

Afterword

References

Index

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The aim of this book is to find a paradigm that can be used to achieve greater social fairness, by finding individual/local solutions still in line with national policies and strategies.

About the Author

Laura Chapman has worked in the disability field since leaving university. She is a specialist in education, training all types of educational staff in disability equality and inclusion. She has become increasingly active in the development of material relevant to the early years sector, leadership development and community renewal. Professor John West-Burnham is a writer, teacher and consultant in education leadership with a particular interest in leadership learning and development, and learning in schools and communities. He has been a school teacher, teacher trainer and education officer, and has held posts in five universities. He is Professor of Educational Leadership at St Mary's University College, Twickenham. John is the author or editor of 23 books and he has worked in 21 countries.

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'This is a book which will stimulate debate, disagreement and the questioning of personal positions, and for that reason I would imagine that it could be used fruitfully with undergraduate or Masters-level students of education.... [and] contains stimulating insights and advances a strong point of view... The book has eleven chapters, and these deal successively with topics such as marginalization, discrimination, health and balance, the relationship between physical activity and emotional well-being, and happiness' -- ESCalate
"A wide variety of research and other studies is referenced throughout the book, with key messages for practitioners indicated."Aspect Improvement

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