The efficacy of special education programs for children with special needs

Anu Rahi

Abstract


Special need education means the special education arrangements which are in place for people with disabilities, and children with special need – have a constitutional right to free primary education. Children with special education needs have the right to free education up to age 18. Education for children with special need may be provided in mainstream classes in mainstream schools in special classes in mainstream schools in special schools. They may get help from learning support and resource teachers and care support from special needs assistants. Documentation of efforts for against special education in India remains spars before India’s independence from Britain. However, decades of Inclusive policy are not aligning with realities on the ground. India is experiencing policy implementation problems, and as a result, policies which should produce an inclusive system of education for people of all ability levels are only resulting in fragment of inclusion scattered across the country. After Independence so may Policies are created by the government of India for the children with special needs. The most important act is framed in 2005. The government of India decided to make amendment 21A of the constitution, giving n of all ability levels are only resulting in fragment of inclusion scattered across the country. After Independence so may Policies are created by the government of India for the children with special needs. The most important act is framed in 2005. The government of India decided to make amendment 21A of the constitution, giving children between the age of 6-14 The right to free, appropriate and compulsory education an act. The right to education act was passed in 2009 and put into full effect in 2010 and it got constitutional validity on April 12, 2012 According to it “Children with disabilities and special needs also have the right to education just as normal children do”. So many other schemes which provides quality education for all children. There are several national and local NGOs that champion the cause of children with disabilities and provide specific resource centers in support of inclusive education.

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