Posts Tagged
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November 26, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: children, education, Govt, improved, inclusive, medicare, syndrome, tasked

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Categories: Special needs education

Governments at all levels have been urged to improve medical care and promote inclusive education for children with Down syndrome or developmental disabilities. This advice was given by a number of guests, including policy makers, doctors, engineers, entrepreneurs and sports administrators, during the publication of a book entitled “The Resolute Father: Lessons from My Journey […]

November 23, 2021

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Tags: education, Important, inclusive

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Categories: Special needs education

Although every child should receive high quality education, did you know that there is a shortage of special educators in almost all federal states? Without special educators, it will be difficult to implement full inclusion. Inclusive education aims to enroll children with disabilities in a mainstream school in order to receive the same high quality […]

Given the need to end the stigma of children with special needs, actors in the education sector have advocated inclusive and individualized education. These views were expressed during a one-day intensive training course for teachers of children with special needs, organized by the Center for Inclusive Education and Individualized Education (IEIEPC) in partnership with the […]

November 18, 2021

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Tags: Bill, CHR, education, expedite, inclusive, Lawmakers, passage, urges

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Categories: Special needs education

Philstar.com November 18, 2021 | 8:43 pm MANILA, Philippines – The Human Rights Commission on Thursday called on Congress to accelerate the passage of a bill to ensure equal opportunities for learners with special needs. The establishment of services for learners with disabilities, Bil, has passed the final reading in both the Senate and the […]

September 26, 2021

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Tags: education, inclusive, path, Seeks, Williamson

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Categories: Special needs education

The lockdown of schools during the COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed the education system as schools were physically closed and switched to online learning, some for more than a year. Special education, which often relies on individualized personal learning for social interactions and important life skills, came to a standstill when the children had to go […]

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September 6, 2021

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Tags: education, Experts, implementation, inclusive, policy, urge

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Categories: Special needs education

Experts in the fields of people with disabilities and education have called for the effective implementation of national inclusive education policies. They also called for the implementation of other international and national conventions on the rights of people with disabilities in the country. They called on Sunday during this year’s Global Inclusive Education Virtual Summer […]

August 17, 2021

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Tags: education, inclusive, Mali, Pushes, Sightsavers

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Categories: Special needs education

TACOMA, Washington – Approximately 2.2 million people in Mali live with a disability. In low-income countries like Mali, education is a major problem for the disabled community. Around 19 million children with disabilities do not go to school. Many obstacles still face those who are given the opportunity to attend school. Current education systems do […]

July 11, 2021

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Tags: Bhalla, education, inclusive, Mahima, Shift, special

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Categories: Special needs education

Belongg is putting together the ‘Inclusive Schools Festival’ on July 16 and 17 with the goal of curating important conversations focused on creating inclusive school environments for students who typically face prejudice and bullying based on their gender, sexual orientation, disability and other identity markers. The festival will feature prominent educational leaders, thinkers, parents, and […]

As a neurodivergent person myself who has gone through the school system here, Kooi Xiu Min’s letter resonates with me (Make the classroom a more inclusive space for neurodivergent students, July 5th). Schools should apply the spirit, not the letter, of the school rules. Neurodivergent students, whose brains are wired differently, need slightly different school […]