QuestionsWhat is Inclusive Education?
admin asked 11 months ago
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admin answered 11 months ago
More than just allowing kids with impairments or exceptionalities in the general population is meant by inclusion.
The goal of inclusive education programmes is to restructure schools to welcome and meet the needs of all students, not only those who can be accommodated in a general education context. Mainstreaming and integration are seen as intermediate phases in inclusive education toward the ultimate objective of instructing all pupils together. Any student who needs help is given it in an inclusive curriculum, without the kid being classified as exceptional or impaired. In other words, there is no distinction between remarkable children and those who are not. By making the appropriate preparations and adjustments, all children—regardless of the degree of their exceptionality or disability—are welcome to attend the same school and participate in the same classes as their classmates without disabilities.