CRPD article 24; Inclusive education is based on the principle that all children should learn together, regardless of difference. Inclusive education recognizes the capacity of every person to learn, including people with disabilities, and acknowledges that each person has different strengths, requirements, and learning styles.

Inclusion, therefore, takes an individualized approach with curricula, teaching, and learning methods that are flexible and adaptable. By taking into account differences among learners, inclusive education promotes respect for and value of diversity and seeks to combat discriminatory attitudes both in the classroom and society.

1. Enhance school retention rates of OVCs in primary schools

2. Support education for needy bright students with disabilities

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