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              • Girls in violet uniforms sit in several rows in front of the blackboard during class.

                Training teachers in inclusive techniques and learning materials

                Regional Action for Inclusive Education (RAISE) works with local NGO partners that act as regional resource centres for inclusive education. These centres promote the participation of children with disabilities in 78 government primary schools and are to become autonomous centres of expertise on Inclusive Education.
                Light for the World Austria, RAISE Project, India

              • In Italy, students with disabilities are not segregated

                The Italian Framework Law for the Assistance, Social Inclusion, and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is a binding policy prescribing that children with disabilities have to be included in mainstream schools at all levels. As a result fewer than 1% of all children with special needs are educated in segregated settings.
                Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Framework Law for the Assistance, Social Inclusion and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities no. 104 of 5th February 1992 by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Italy, Italy

              • Project participants sit around a table covered in working material, dicussing Autism learning partnerships.

                Building capacity to support the Inclusive Education of Children and Youth with Autism

                PAT is a training programme for educational staff, families and service providers in dealing with pre-school children and students in an inclusive educational context. The introductory training is available online. Advanced training and on-site coaching is provided for professionals who design and manage programs for learners.
                New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, New Brunswick Provincial Autism Training (PAT), Canada

              • Modeling ICT In Schools for Blind Learners Through Assistive Technology

                Using computers to support blind learners on all levels of education

                The objective of the project is to integrate assistive technology in the national education system, and thus ensure that assistive technology for people with visual impairment is available at the workplace and at all levels of education. Representatives from the identified proposed project areas were thoroughly involved in the planning process.
                Tanzania League of the Blind, Tanzania

              • Itinerant teachers deliver Inclusive Education in Togo

                Handicap International uses the Itinerant Teacher model, by assigning teachers with disability-specific skills to primary schools in different villages, working alongside regular teachers. By 2015 8 teachers had been trained each of them supporting 15 to 20 children. In total there were 900 beneficiaries from the project.
                Humanity & Inclusion France, United Kingdom

              • Analysing the whole policy framework to identify barriers towards inclusion

                SWIFT provides a package of tools to support schools in analysing policies that are relevant to transform them towards Inclusive Education. The process looks at state statutes, funding principles, professional development and much more. The goals is to improve the academic and behavioural outcomes of all children.
                TASH - Disability Advocacy, United States of America

              • A group of 6 young male students dressed in white thobes sit in a classroom and test out braille notetakers positioned on a brown table in front of them while a teacher is standing beside.

                Comprehensive programme to make a university accessible for all students

                The Higher Education for All programme was introduced in 2014 at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to provide equal access to higher education for people with disabilities. Measures include adaptations to the built environment, curriculums, books, and the admissions process. In 2020 the University had 1,078 students with disabilities.
                King Abdulaziz University, Higher Education for All, Saudi Arabia

              • A women in a white jacket is standing in a classroom, explaining something; female and male students sit on white chairs and have tables in front of them

                Ministry of Education organizing Individual Training Plans for transition to work

                Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) are designed to support young people with special educational needs in the essential transitions in their lives. An ITP is designed and implemented collaboratively by the student, their parents and teachers, and educational guidance and employment service providers.
                Montenegrin Ministry of Education, Science and Sports, Individual Transition Plans (ITPs) for Students with Special Needs, Montenegro

              • Access to higher education in Estonia

                By providing training for entrants, study and career counselling, and scholarships, Estonia’s Primus Programme has successfully acted as a real door-opener for numerous students with disabilities. The programme was funded by the European Social Fund and ended in 2015, but many measures continue to be implemented.
                Estonian Ministry of Education, Higher Education Department, Primus Programme, 2008-2015 by the Ministry of Education and Research, Archimedes Foundation and partners, Estonia, Estonia

              • Empowering school girls with disabilities

                P2F is a short-term vocational education programme for girls with disabilities aged 14 to 21 years old. Girls participate in an 18-week class in their high schools designed to teach vocational skills. The curriculum covers four broad areas: self-determination, disability knowledge, gender awareness, and career and college readiness.
                University of Oregon, Paths 2 the Future, United States of America