Children who differ in any manner from typical children are referred to as "exceptional children." Children that differ significantly from what is considered average in their physical, mental, emotional, or social traits require educational assistance to reach their full potential, according to the Committee for the National Society for the Study of Education. It has been emphasised by H.J. Baker that these kids do not belong to a different class. Even they cannot be distinguished from typical kids. These kids fall far enough outside or far enough inside the norm. The fundamental educational goal is the same for all other kids. Only the means of schooling vary, though. Here, equality—rather than an identity—is the fundamental driving concept.
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