Czeizel Barbara, Fehér Boróka, Hajtó Krisztina, Kemény Gabriella, Vályi Réka : Is Security Above All? Questions of Equal Access to Early Childhood Intervention during COVID-19 Pandemic

There are several reasons for examining the access to early childhood intervention at the earliest possible age during the COVID-19 pandemic. The consequences of the lack of early and widespread access to quality services are well documented, delays might cause irreparable damage, which could lead to challenges in long-term social integration. The article introduces the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.7

Berényi Zoltánné : The emergence of easy-to-read communication as innovation related to inclusive educational process

The study presents the review of a methodological innovation introduced in a rural primary school that provides inclusive education for students with learning disabilities. Our aim is to illustrate how inclusive education of diverse students – involving those with learning disabilities – might be achieved by creating easy-to-read teaching materials. As a result of the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/

Kovács Gábor : Innovation Trends and the Labour Market: How Do We Respond to the Needs of People with Disabilities?

One of the cornerstones of economic growth in the 20th century, the development of an economy based on innovation, is also currently rearranging social and employment structures with the development of institutions, enterprises and technologies. The strengthening and weakening of economies and the development of various market tendencies will sooner or later also affect the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.15