Our main research and consulting areas are education, labour market and financial analysis. This, however, does not mean that we limit ourselves only to these fields – our analysts are familiar with a wide range of quantitative and qualitative research methods that we are happy to apply to problems outside the domain of our main research areas.
Inclusive education has been defined as a leading principle for education in Estonia, but its implementation has been hampered by attitudes as well as the lack of knowledge and resources. Using document analysis, interviews with stakeholders, a survey of education professionals and analysis of registry data, we map the situation and give recommendations for policy.
The Estonian Ministry of Education and Research