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Sightsavers Policy Paper - Making Inclusive Education a Reality

Date: July 2011

Language: English

Author: Juliette Myers, Sunit Bagree

Publisher: Sightsavers

Format: PDF

Size: 4.46 MB

Pages: 9

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Sightsavers policy paper 'Making Inclusive Education a Reality' comprehensively discusses the merits of incorporating inclusive education in mainstream schools for children with visual impairment within the broader context of universal access to education.

Sightsavers policy paper 'Making Inclusive Education a Reality' comprehensively discusses the merits of incorporating inclusive education in mainstream schools for children with visual impairment within the broader context of universal access to education.

All people have a right to education. There is no single model for ensuring that ducation is inclusive and approaches continue to evolve. Inclusive education is an approach that ensures the presence, participation and achievement of all students in education. This may be in formal schools, or in non-formal places of learning, such as extra-curricular clubs and humanitarian camps. The aim of Sightsavers is to see increased access to an education system that fully meets the needs of children with visual impairment and enable them to become productive and fulfilled members of society, whilst working to ensure that all disabled children have the opportunity to receive a quality education within a wider education system. This policy paper was written by Juliette Myers and Sunit Bagree.


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