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Mumbai: With the intention of engaging and nurturing the passion and resilience of children and adults with special needs, the SPJIMR of the leading business school Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan recently organized a unique online sports and culture festival – “Aasra”, which attracted nearly 150 People participated people of all ages. Aasra, an annual sports and […]

January 11, 2022

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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – Parents, teachers, city guides and school board members all have a hard time standing on the same side for COVID safety in the San Francisco Unified School District. On Monday evening, a member of the San Francisco Board of Education sounded the alarm. Alison Collins spoke to Haaziq Madyun from […]

New Delhi: 3% of the total available seating for new entrants in Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) are horizontally reserved for children with disabilities. The following measures were implemented for disabled children in KVs and JNVs: – i) Barrier-free access for students with disabilities is an integral part of the Vidyalaya building […]

The MOE said in a statement today that if a state moves to the next phase, the operation of educational institutions under the MOE under the new phase will not be implemented until two weeks after the date of transition. – Picture by Farhan Najib KUALA LUMPUR, Sept. 30 – Department of Education (MOE) educational […]

August 31, 2021

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Since the adoption of the Salamanca Declaration in 1994, inclusive education has become an important educational reform strategy for many developed and developing countries. Bangladesh was no exception to meet this growing demand. It aimed to implement inclusive education in mainstream schools to achieve the goal of education for all. In the past few decades, […]

Chadron State College President Randy Rhine shakes hands with a graduate during the opening ceremony in Alaska on August 3. The college partnered with the Anchorage School District after the district struggled with an administrative deficit in the district. Chadron State College President Randy Rhine speaks to the 20 Masters candidates for the College in […]

by Tata Burduli, Senior Researcher at GeoWel Research Fifteen years ago, Georgia decided to radically change its approach to children with special educational needs. The change led to the abandonment of the decades-old Soviet and post-Soviet practice of either educating children with severe needs in separate, often inadequate facilities or simply keeping them at home. […]

A Colorado mother oversees an independent custody group “Transparency” in its approach to educational equity, which the Douglas County Board of Education on Tuesday likened to controversial, critical racial theory. Rebels against the attempt. “There’s no need to be more transparent about fundamentally flawed policies,” said Deborah Flora, founder and president of Parents United America, […]