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The Missing Piece: Disability-Inclusive Education

Submitted by Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo On Tue, 06/12/2018 from: The World Bank Blog co-authors: Christopher Thomas   In 2015, the world committed to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)...

Creating an inclusive classroom: Persons with disabilities need easier access to...

By Reena Gupta, June 8 2018 from: Financial Express Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the...

Latest technology helps support special needs students, teachers in Japan

Satoshi Sakai, right, looks at a video taken with a 360-degree camera while Eiichi Miyazaki holds a virtual reality terminal for understanding how those...

New project empowers children with disabilities to read confidently

By: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion, 05 May 2018 In Nepal, most primary school students are unable to read at grade level. For Nepali children...

Using learning progressions in teaching students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms

Kerry Woods,  Brookings, Thursday, April 26, 2018 Editor's Note: This is the third piece in a blog series on learning progressions.   Successful teaching and learning demands...

Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone

By: Mindshift | Published 13 April 2018 In her TEDx talk, Elise Roy describes how losing her hearing when she was a child forced her...

Education and Disability: Analysis of Data from 49 Countries

By: UNESCO, 28/03/2018   In-depth analysis confirms that persons with disabilities are less likely to ever start or complete education and acquire basic literacy skills   A new...

Rethinking How Students With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

By Emily Hanford, senior education correspondent for APM Reports, 14 March 2018 Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, affecting tens of millions of people...

OECD: Germany’s disadvantaged teens performing better in school

Disadvantaged kids in Germany are performing better at school than they did a decade ago. According to the OECD, that's likely thanks to a...

What is Microlearning: The Education Tactic Stopping Student Burnout Syndrome

By Meghan Bogardus Cortez 12 January, 2018 Got 10 minutes? Then you have time to learn something. Microlearning, or a short burst of learning that lasts from 10...

China: A new lens for educating disabled children

By Liu Wei, Cao Pengyuan 03 January, 2018 BEIJING, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) -- "My dream is to be a soldier safeguarding my country," says 13-year-old schoolboy...

US: City will spend $6 million to connect disadvantaged youth to...

by Jane M. Von Bergen  January 9, 2018 The program will use state money to provide workforce training to 1,000 people ages 17-21 who already receive...

Singapore: Disadvantaged Singapore students do better than OECD peers: Dr Puthucheary

SINGAPORE: Disadvantaged students in Singapore do better than those of similar backgrounds from other developed countries, Senior Minister of State for Education Janil Puthucheary said in...

UK: Educational support for deaf children ‘in disarray’

8 January 2018 Support for the 45,000 deaf children in England is in "complete disarray" as staffing levels fail to match increased demand, a lobby...

Exploring the potential of children with disabilities

December 19, 2017 by Shamsin Ahmed AMAR chhele kotha bolte pare na, haat tey pare na, tare porai ki hoibo?” (My son can neither speak nor...

Supporting Students With Interrupted Educations

By Elizabeth Schuster October 26, 2017 Four strategies for helping students who have missed portions of their schooling—and examples of how teachers are using these strategies. Before he...

Having a disability shouldn’t affect your access to education

1 December 2017 by GEM Report Everyone has the right to education but for some people accessing this education is far harder than it should be....

World Bank: Disability and the right to education for all

01 December, 2017 ELAINE DING, NING FU, YILIN PAN December 3 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Every year, on this day, the international community comes...

Disability-inclusive Education in Africa Trust Fund

BRIEF November 30, 2017 With fewer than 10 percent of children with disabilities in Africa attending school, the World Bank and USAID have created a new...

90% visually impaired persons are unlikely to access education – WIPO

Lagos – Only 10 per cent of the 285 million visually impaired people, worldwide, are likely to have access to education or get a...

Special Education’s Hidden Racial Gap

Across the country, black and Latino children with special needs are far less likely to graduate than their white peers. WASHINGTON — At the age...

Indian schools ill prepared for children with disabilities, says Cambridge report

By Prasun Sonwalkar 14 Nov, 2017 The report says children with disabilities are most likely to drop out before completing five years of primary schooling and...

A Handy visual on how cutting edge technology is redifining education...

9 Nov, 2017 Here is a handy visual from University of Cincinnati highlighting some of the ways assistive technologies are transforming the ways students with disabilities learn...

3 Ways Assistive Technology Supports Students with Disabilities

Thanks to tools from tech giants such as Microsoft, students with disabilities are flourishing. For K–12 schools, the hallmark of success lies in their devotion...

All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development Unveils New Competition...

Sign On For Literacy Prize Seeks to Identify and Support Technology-Based Solutions to Improve Literacy and Learning Outcomes for Deaf Children WASHINGTON and BUDAPEST, Nov. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- All...

Vietnam: Disabled students struggle to access education

Many policies for the disabled remain impractical and have yet to help students with disabilities access tertiary education. The information was revealed at a seminar...

Learning how to brighten the future of disadvantaged kids

International MA program in child development at the University of Haifa gives tools to professionals from emerging countries to implement back home. By Abigail Klein Leichman...

How to create an environment that fosters learning- Special Education

Our surroundings and the people in them have a lot to do with our behavior. Think about the way you act in different environments....

Analysis: Minority Students Often Left Out Of Special Ed

Despite broad concern that minorities are overrepresented in special education, new research suggests that the opposite may in fact be the case. Across elementary, middle...

How Visual Notes Helped a Student With a Learning Disability Thrive

By Sherrill Knezel October 4, 2017 Brodie was a bright elementary art student with a quick and dry sense of humor. He liked to draw—he loved to...