Inclusive, equitable and social justice in education-A study
The purpose of this paper is critically the idea of inclusive, equitable and social justice in education. Achieving sustainable development has been hampered by trade-offs in favors of inclusive and equitable education growth over social Justice Well-being and ecological viability, which may also affect the sustainable development goals (SDGs) adopted by the member states of the United Nations. In contrast, the concept of inclusive education emphasizes the social, ecological and political dimensions of development. It presents inclusive development as having three key dimensions (social, ecological, and relational inclusiveness) with five principles each. This is applied to the 17 SDGs and their targets.