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The notion of inclusion is still often associated with children who have special needs. Why?


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The overall goal is to ensure that school is a place where all children participate and are treated equally. This involves a change in how we think about education. Inclusive education is an approach that looks into how to transform education systems in order to respond to the diversity of learners. It means enhancing the quality of education by improving the effectiveness of teachers, promoting learning-centred methodologies, developing appropriate textbooks and learning materials and ensuring that schools are safe and healthy for all children. Strengthening links with the community is also vital: relationship between teachers, students, parents and society at large are crucial for developing inclusive learning environments.


The notion of inclusion is still often associated with children who have special needs. Why?


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Too often programmes targeting various marginalized and excluded groups have functioned outside the mainstream – special programmes, specialized institutions and specialist educators. Too often the result has been exclusion – second-rate educational opportunities that do not guarantee the possibility to continue studying. In developed countries, the move towards more inclusive approaches is often complicated by the legacy of segregated or exclusive education for groups identified as “difficult” or “different”. But there is increasing recognition that it is better for children with special needs to attend regular schools, albeit with various forms of special support. Studies in both OECD and non-OECD countries indicate that students with disabilities achieve better school results in inclusive settings.


How does inclusive education promote successful learning?


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Efforts to expand enrolment must be accompanied by policies to enhance educational quality at all levels, in formal and in non-formal settings. We have to work on an 'access to success' continuum by promoting policies to ensure that excluded children get into school coupled with programmes and practices that ensure they succeed there. It is a process that involves addressing and responding to the diverse needs of learners. This has implications for teaching, the curriculum, ways of interacting and relations between the schools and the community.


Beyond the figures, what do we know about the excluded?


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Exclusion has many faces. Despite real progress since 2000 towards universal primary education, 72 million children are still not enrolled at all in school. More than half are girls. Seven out of ten live in sub-Saharan Africa or South and West Asia. Poverty and marginalization are major causes of exclusion. Households in rural or remote communities and children in urban slums have less access to education. Disabled children suffer from blatant educational exclusion – they account for one third of all out-of-school children. Working children, those belonging to indigenous groups and linguistic minorities, nomadic children and those affected by HIV/AIDS are among the vulnerable groups. Some 37 per cent of out-of-school children live in 35 states defined as fragile by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, but these do not include all places facing conflict and post-conflict situations. In every case children are at enormous risk of missing out on an education.


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Opened a new account in the bank. Got the first cheque book in my life issued. Went straight to the post office. Wrote my first cheque payable to my mother for Rs 100/-with my heart beating fast and furious, as I put my signature on it, and sent it by post without any covering letter to surprise her. I was unmarried then. I saw that cheque again in 2006. It was still not encashed. My mother had just died and the funerals and post funeral ceremonies had just been completed. I was clearing out her old papers and I found this cheque. She was so proud of me that she valued that cheque more than the money. Till then I never realised that the cheque had not been encashed but thought that the cheque had been lost during transit since there was no debit entry in my pass book even after several weeks. My mother never told me about the receipt of the cheque and what she had done with it.


If 2A=3B2A=3B and 4B=5C4B=5C then what is the ratio of A:CA:C ?


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