Wider training needed to help special needs students

-education consultation finds

The Ministry of Education’s Inclusive Education Consultation, which wrapped on Monday, has found that specialised training in a number of areas for teachers, parent and other care givers as critical to a proper school environment for special needs students.

A Government Information Agency (GINA) press release said the final meeting focused on schools in all regions except save for Four, Six and Ten-discussed at a previous session. While regions Four, Six and Ten have special needs schools, the other regions do not.

At the consultation, held at Regency Hotel on Monday, Chief Planning Officer Evelyn Hamilton outlined a number of issues identified at the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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