Insight: It Is A Challenge To Provide Disability-Inclusive Education, But It’s Worth It

By Dr, Manos Antoninis Many countries in sub-Saharan Africa get bad press for their progress in providing inclusive education. Just two in three children complete primary school on time, while the number of out-of-school children and youth is 97 million and growing. Less is said, however, about the range of tools many countries in the region are deploying to include some of those furthest behind in mainstream schools: students with disabilities. These efforts should be celebrated and there seems no better time to think about inclusion than now. Inequalities in…

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