Caribbean Discourse in Inclusive Education

Caribbean Discourse in Inclusive Education is an edited book series that aims to give voice to Caribbean scholars, practitioners, and other professionals working in diverse classrooms. The series intends to provide an ongoing forum for Caribbean researchers, practitioners, and academics, including those of the Diaspora, to critically examine issues that influence the education of children and youth in inclusive settings.

Call for Book Proposals

We are particularly interested in volumes that further the discourse on managing precarity and building resilience in education especially given the impact of Covid-19 and school closures over the past two years in the Caribbean. Other areas of interest include:

• Gender equity and inclusion in Caribbean education
• The role of artificial intelligence in transforming education in the Caribbean
• Issues in early childhood special education in the Caribbean
• The policy context for inclusive education in the Caribbean
• Multiculturalism and inclusion in Caribbean education systems
• Practitioner interventions and programmes that promote inclusion
• Teacher pedagogical practices for inclusion in Caribbean classrooms

We invite authors/volume editors to submit book proposals for inclusion in this series. Authors/volume editors can submit proposals to the Series Editors: Dr Stacey Blackman at; & Professor Emeritus Dennis A. Conrad at;