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close this bookMaking It Happen - Examples of Good Practice in Special Needs Education & Community-Based Programmes (UNESCO; 88 pages)
View the documentPreface
View the document1. AUSTRIA - Integration models for elementary and secondary schools in Austria
View the document2. CHINA - Integrated Education Project, Anhui Province
View the document3. GHANA - The Community-based Rehabilitation Programme in Ghana
View the document4. GUYANA - Involvement of volunteers, parents and community members with children with special needs
View the document5. INDIA - Teacher development initiative (TDI) to meet special needs in the classroom
View the document6. JAMAICA - Early intervention and education initiatives in rural areas
View the document7. JORDAN - The role of institutions in Community-based Rehabilitation and in Community-based Special Education
View the document8. JORDAN - The Resource room at the Amman national school
View the document9. NETHERLANDS - Individual integration of children with Down's Syndrome in ordinary schools
View the document10. NORWAY - In harmony we learn
View the document11. INTERNATIONAL - INITIATIVES for Deaf Education in the Third World
View the documentANNEX - Addresses of contributors
View the documentAn attempt at sharing for learning
 

Making It Happen - Examples of Good Practice in Special Needs Education & Community-Based Programmes

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

The views expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of UNESCO.

Credits photo cover:

ILO
I. Benko, E. Gajeiro, L. Quanju, W. Shaoye

UNESCO
P. Almasy, I. Forbes, D. Roger

UNRWA
M. Arjavirta

For information:

UNESCO
Special Education
7 place Fontenoy
75 352 Paris 07SP
France
Fax: 33-1-40 65 94 05
Tel: 33-1-45 68 11 37

 

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