Inclusive Education Case Study

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The worldwide agenda should be insuring that all humans have access to education. On a global scale many children with disabilities don’t attend school for many reasons: it’s not accessible because their home is a distant away, they are faced with social context or in need of higher mobility. Many of these students were educated in separate schools or classrooms. In years past, this was the stigma that was placed on persons with disability. This issue was definitely rebutted by researchers who states that inclusive education is a movement that support the idea that all students should be educated in the general education classroom regardless of their disabilities (UNESCO, 2005). The civil rights law fosters the idea that discrimination against…show more content…
27-28). Also according to, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) expanded definition, “Inclusive Education is a process that involves the transformation of schools and other centers of learning to cater to ALL children - including boys and girls, students from ethnic and linguistic minorities, rural populations, those affected by HIV & AIDS and those with disabilities and difficulties in learning.” With this in mind, inclusion doesn’t just focus on the students with special needs, but is also geared to accommodating and making adaptation that meet the needs of students with regular education delinquencies…show more content…
Lipsky, states that in the United States, special education, was started in 1823. Schools in New York and Cleveland were established during the period of 1905-1920 and all school must be modernized and welcoming to all students ensuring that they received quality education in an inclusive classroom. This classroom should is one where there is limited restriction and segregation. An inclusive classroom also enhanced education for all students. These schools cater to students who were delinquent, incorrigible, unteachable and truant. Inclusion acknowledges that a child with a disability should be given opportunities to participate in a general education class. The teachers can make adaptation that allows the students to learn life skills, gain a sense of belonging while learning side by side with their peers, and learn to become self-sufficient. The participation of a student with a disability and that of one without a disability, increase their ability to communicate in a social setting, improve grades and performances on standardize test, minimized disruptive behaviors, help with allocating a paying job, and it helps to foster an acceptance of diversity, ethnic and religious being accepted by society. Inclusion is the lifeline to an inclusive society. Inclusive education is a multi-dimensional concept that will assist in shaping teaching practice. Inclusive education, according to the federal law
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