Reading an article on Inclusive Education by Kathy Cologon, a senior lecturer in the Institute of Early Childhood in Macquarie University in Australia, one notices the seemingly failed approach to make education fully all-encompassing.

She pointed out that “there seems to be a lot of confusion and misinformation about what inclusion actually means.” In fact, she conveyed a clear concept of inclusive education, that it is the full inclusion of all children.

This underlines the fact that each child is different, and needs to be considered as he or she is. No children are to be segregated! The inclusive approach to education believes in and values the uniqueness of each person. Read More

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