Inclusive Education: Infrastructural Facilities for CWSN in Delhi
Keywords:Inclusive Education, Infrastructural Facilities, CWSN.
AbstractInclusive education is indispensable for achieving education for all. Children with special needs are under special services due to developmental disorders. In terms of disabilities, children with special needs (CWSN) are themselves physically and psychologically deficient and face multiple challenges in the wake of unique barriers whether architectural, attitudinal or institutional which may include a lack of understanding and co-operation from administration, faculty, and other learners as well. Besides, inaccessibility to buildings facilities and other support service are the measure challenges in the education of CWSN. The present study aimed to identify the available infrastructural facilities for CWSN. The study was conducted on50 Senior Secondary Schools of Delhi. Data were collected through questionnaire developed by the researchers. The sample was taken by using systematic random sampling. Findings of the study revealed that architectural facilities for CWSN were good on physical facilities and teaching-learning facilities but independent living facilities was on average level for CWSN to including them in mainstream.
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