Just at a point when research and analyses depict dearth of trained teachers in the semi – urban and rural educational institutions, CBSE has planned to initiate hiring for teachers, to be inducted into the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and the Kendriya Vidyalayas; the motto of this move being Inclusive growth and a positive learning experience for the students.
The CBSE has also drafted and presented a detailed report at the conference on ‘Examination Reform for Inclusive Education’, which includes policies to integrate the system with legal benchmarks such as Right to Education Act and Persons with Disabilities Act, so as to ensure all children with physical disabilities are provided free and compulsory education up to a minimum age of 18 years. Also, there would be no segregation between special children and the remaining students, as far as a rewarding learning experience is concerned. Curriculum will be developed in parallels to this concept. The Government will also formulate a new education policy in near future. As a common practice, schools use an inclusive model to cater to the needs of students with moderate to mild special needs. However, fully inclusive schools don’t separate general education and special education curriculum. Rather, inclusive schools structure curriculum in an unique method to facilitate comprehensive and effective andragogy.
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