The first research report from the TUTOR inclusive education project has been published.
It is a Transnational Literature Review conducted in each of the TUTOR partner countries, Greece, Austria, Turkey and Ireland and at EU wide level. The literature provides an insight into both the national and EU policies, frameworks and research in relation to inclusive education. It reviews and conceptualizes intersectionality, explores diversity in education in the context of, Initial Teacher Education (ITE) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD), and outlines contemporary research on the desired status in relation to inclusive education focusing on LGBTQI+, migrant, ethnic minorities, e.g. Traveller and Roma and socio-economic disadvantaged students.
It also reports on the desired status of inclusive education according to the findings of the open consultation process conducted by TUTOR partners in Greece, Austria, Turkey and Ireland during Dec 2022 and Jan 2023 with teachers in second level, Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Further Education and Training (FET) as well as with stakeholders in education in the partner countries. provides a synopsis of the discussions across the TUTOR partner countries, that reflects the key themes of contemporary inclusive education.