Having a disability can be one of the most marginalizing factors in a child’s life. In education, finding ways to meet the learning needs of children with disabilities can be challenging, especially in schools, districts, regions, and countries with severely limited resources. Inclusive education—which fully engages all children in quality education, including children with various types of disabilities or other learning challenges—has proven particularly effective in helping all children learn, including those with disabilities. This guide provides strategies and recommendations for developing inclusive classrooms and schools. We specifically address the needs of Sub-Saharan African countries, which lack the resources for implementing inclusive education. However, our strategies and recommendations can be equally useful in other contexts where inclusive education practices have not yet been adopted.
School and classroom disabilities inclusion guide for low- and middle-income countries
By Jennae Bulat, Anne M Hayes, Wykia Macon, Renata Ticha, Brian H Abery
January 2017 Open Access Peer Reviewed
Bulat, J., Hayes, A. M., Macon, W., Ticha, R., & Abery, B. H. (2017). School and classroom disabilities inclusion guide for low- and middle-income countries. Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI Press. RTI Press Publication No. OP-0031-1701 https://doi.org/10.3768/rtipress.2017.op.0031.1701
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