Inclusive Education: Inclusion And Inclusive Education

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Inclusive education brings all children with or without disability under a same educational environment with same opportunity and right. Inclusion disagree the concept of special school or classrooms to separate students with disabilities from students without disabilities. In today’s date, 148 countries including the European Union have ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with disabilities (UNCRPD) and 158 have adopted the Convention. In December2013 a Report-‘Thematic Study on the Rights of persons with disabilities to education’ from the UN Human Rights Council clearly stated that “inclusion and inclusive education is one of the key provisions of the UNCRPD”. Article 24 mentioned that disability should not prevent people from successfully participating in the mainstream education system. But this study illustrates that although some steps have been taken towards inclusion such as, by the provision of statutory rights to inclusion in…show more content…
They do not have any special needs training and are not seriously prepared to instruct the special needs students that are mainstreamed into their classrooms. Most of the schools do not have physical infrastructure and aids for special needs students in developing counties. Without essential resources, it would be difficult to instruct special needs and mainstream students together even though the teachers are well trained. Another important aspect in developing countries due to which inclusive education is not successfully implemented is cultural attitude. Many people think that disabled people are cursed and should be avoided. Due to this belief parents of regular student object the idea of inclusive education. Thus it is clear that for successful inclusive education practice in developing countries, numerous issues and concerns should be judged and

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