KIMANI JOHN: Address gaps in special needs education

They include a lack of a specific inclusive education policy, funding and medical policies

In Summary

•Government should even consider slashing the school fees for children living with disability.

•High levels of poverty in rural areas, where most of these children with disability are, rob them of the opportunities to access basic education.

Access to basic education for all students is an essential goal for many countries in the world.

As the worldwide call for providing this basic education continues to intensify, access to ...

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