Has the special education law achieved equity in education acquisition for all affected children in Africa?
The special education law grants equal rights to children living with disability to acquire quality education despite their conditions. I have noted that some communities have children with various disabilities but their needs are not included in the education sector. I believe the inclusion of disabled children should entail the provision of special education resources to aid their learning. During the special education week in our school, I learned that many children in Africa have little or no advocacies regarding their educational ambitions. Despite the provision of the law to control this, it remains a debate whether it works towards promoting equity for all children affected by one form of disability or the other.
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