|Title:||BENEFITS AND EXPERIENCES OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED PUPILS AT PUPLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL IN BISHOFTU TOWN, SOUTH-EAST ETHIOPIA|
|Keywords:||Inclusive education, Physically disabled pupils, Bishoftu Twon, Social Work|
|Abstract:||The purpose of the study was to assess and to identify benefits of inclusive education at “TOKUMA” Pubic Primary School in Bishoftu town, South-East Ethiopia. Disability affects hundreds of millions of families in developing countries. Currently around 10 per cent of the total world’s population, or roughly 1 billion people, live with a disability. Children with disabilities are one of the many groups of children still not enrolled in primary education in developing countries. However, their educational exclusion and right to education are now receiving policy attention. This study reviews some of the key issues on the benefit of Inclusive Education for physically disabled pupils. The study has been conducted in ‘Tokuma’ primary public school ,in Bishoftu Town, South-East Ethiopia. Both Qualitative and Quantitative research methods have been applied for the study and different kinds of data collection tools have been used for the adequate collection of relevant pieces of information. The results of the study reveled that physically disabled pupils in the school benefited due to the practice of inclusive education in the School. Despite the fact that due to the major financial problem of the school, some of the school settings could not be renovated so as to assist the proper implementation of Inclusive Education.|
|Appears in Collections:||Social Work|
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