Including Children and Youth with Intellectual Disabilities in Learning

 

 

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INEE has highlighted new resources on supporting learners with learning difficulties and disabilities:

This week, to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3, the INEE blog features a post that highlights the development, creation and launch of the new INEE Pocket Guide to Supporting Learners with Disabilities, A second post by Annelies Ollieuz, a member of the INEE Inclusive Education and Disability Task Team who worked with the Education Cluster in Haiti for six months earlier this year, discusses the importance of addressing the needs of children with intellectual/mental disabilities in both development and emergency contexts. She shares her experiences in introducing the INEE Pocket Guide to Inclusive Education in Haiti and calls on the Education Cluster and the INEE Inclusive Education and Disability Task Team to consider providing more resources on children and youth with intellectual disabilities in learning for those working on the ground.  

Read and comment on Annalies’s blog post here.

Read the blog post that highlights the development, creation and launch of the Pocket Guidehere.

 


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