Inclusive Education: A Change In Education For Sustainable Development
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Inclusive Education: A Change In Education For Sustainable Development
Education is a prerequisite for sustainable development of any developing country such as Kenya. In line with Millennium Development Goals, Kenya committed itself to achieve Education for All (EFA) by the year 2015. All learners including those with special needs and disabilities should access quality education in an inclusive setting. In Kenya, learners with special needs and disabilities are excluded in mainstream education system and offered education in secluded systems. The purpose of the present study was to examine key changes in education systems for effective implementation of inclusive education in mainstream schools. Inclusive education is concerned with all learners inDownloadViews: 32

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