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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 […]

October 26, 2021


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Tags: Autism, Benefits, FAQ, Government, Magazine, Parenting


Categories: Special Needs Parenting

An attempt to answer parents’ ongoing questions about state benefits for their children in the spectrum. “State services” is such a broad term. These benefits can vary from individual to individual, but some are universal to most people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid are two of these benefits. These […]

It is a campaign, supported by politicians and charities, calling on the government to put disabled people and their parents and carers at the center of their SEND (Special Education Needs and Disabilities) review. In an open letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, activists claim that the hardest hit were “largely excluded and even misrepresented” […]

Early education advocates want you to believe that the arguments for a universal preschool are so concrete that it is heresy to question their track record. After all, who wouldn’t want to help adorable little kids achieve early success? However, the data show that a universal preschool will have an adverse impact on children as […]

The government’s education chiefs spoke tonight about a dire report to the city’s special services and said they are taking the situation “very seriously.” Ofsted Health and Education Authorities and the Care Quality Commission have determined that the Birmingham SEND services for children and youth continue to have “significant weaknesses” three years after urgent action […]