Autism and Special Education Policy in Mexico

Autism and Special Education Policy in Mexico John Danielle Dana Lee and Jennifer Vecchio In recent a great deal of scholarship has examined the adequacy of special education and other support services for children with disabilities in the and in other industrialized By there has been comparatively little study of services for children with disabilities in developing In this we attempt to bridge this gap in the Focusing on the case of we examine the provision of special education and other support and the availability and cost of private The focus of the analysis is on children with Drawing upon a theoretical approach that combines modern political economy and comparative we also develop a tentative explanation of the politics of policymaking among parents and other stakeholders in the autism advocacy INTRODUCTION Since the early governments in Latin America have implemented a wide range of social and health policy In the aftermath of the 1982 debt in the region came under strong pressures from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to reduce social spending and to redesign social and health programs to be compatible with neoliberal economic In addition to pressures emanating from international economic transnational policy networks and

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