Inclusion is not just about including children with disabilities. It is about embracing the idea that diversity is the reality and, therefore, each child is a unique learner. It is a classroom model where students with special needs are taught in regular classrooms alongside their general education peers.
When teachers put into practice these strategies, true inclusion is all about making the curriculum accessible to the students as far as possible, leading to the enhancement of the skills.
School councellor to be appointed and the other details will be uploaded soon.