IMPROVEMENT OF INFORMATION SUPPORT FOR THE FUNCTIONING OF THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SYSTEM
Keywords: education management information systems, inclusive education, persons with special educational needs, inclusive resource centers, automated system of inclusive resource centers.
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