Inclusive education - a space for development of all students or a utopian vision?
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Current education policy seeks to promote an inclusive education model that aims to prevent social exclusion and marginalization by taking advantage of the potential of diversity. Inclusive education is an idea that is part of the direction of systemic changes in contemporary educational policy. Despite the many years of presence in the educational space, this concept is not free from critical remarks regarding the real possibilities of implementing its assumptions in everyday educational practice. The bright vision of the school for everyone creates a difficult model in practical implementation. This article attempts to show the potential of inclusive education on the one hand as a space for change, and on the other as a utopian concept difficult to implement in its present shape, but socially important and necessary in modern special education.