Principles of organization of teaching in inclusive education: perspectives and results

The article investigates the process of organizing education in inclusive
education in Azerbaijan, the implementation of laws adopted in this
area, the results of state programs, as well as the ways to overcome
the difficulties encountered. The article analyzes the fact that the
number of preschool and secondary schools with inclusive education
in our country is less than the number of children with disabilities,
the problems faced in attracting this category of children to such institutions
and why parents prefer home education. The article also
focuses on other issues related to inclusive education, including the
lack of special programs, textbooks and assessment methods for children
with disabilities, the number of public centers covering extracurricular
activities, as well as the lack of projects and programs in this
area. It is recommended that a private teaching staff develop action
plans and include higher education institutions in this process in
order to remove the obstacles to the regulation of education in inclusive

Keywords: Inclusive education, children with disabilities, pedagogical process, training, upbringing

Azerbaijan Journal of Educational Studies is an academic journal founded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The journal publishes original articles in the following areas of research: education management; educational philosophy and educational theory; education policy; curriculum; educational technologies; pedagogy; sociology of education; history of education; special education; teacher training; assessment, etc. The journal also includes reviews of books on education published in local and foreign publications.
The journal is among the publications recommended by the Supreme Attestation Commission under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan.