School Without Walls: Inclusive Education For All
In School Without Walls: Inclusive Education For All, author Madan Mohan Jha analyses the policy framework in the context of equity, rights, and social justice, tracing the roots of inclusive education. This book presents modes of practices for developing inclusive schools for children with disabilities, learning difficulties and disadvantages, which will be of great value to teachers, trainers, educators and educational practitioners.
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