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Inclusive Education: a Supportive System for Deprived Section of Society

Author(s) Dr. Kavita Gupta, Komal Chaudhary
Country India
Abstract We need to design inclusive learning to make education fun for all children, so that education is welcoming, friendly and helpful, and they feel a part of, not apart from, education. Inclusion emerged as a viable solution to the problem of how to better educate these children. Good inclusive education allows all pupils to participate equally or almost equally in all elements of the classroom. To build stronger and more inclusive schools, educators, parents and community leaders must work together to solve the problems. The Indian government is working to improve its education system by emphasizing an inclusive approach. The concept of inclusiveness is not new to India. In today's world, the emphasis is still on creating an inclusive atmosphere for all children. Inclusive education refers to the education of all children in conventional schools, including those with and without disabilities. It is a method that takes into account each child's individual qualities, interests, abilities and learning needs. Inclusive education is gaining ground in today's education system. Inclusion without 'adequate' general education preparation will not produce satisfactory results. Capacity for inclusive education needs to be built at all levels.
Keywords Inclusive, Education, Equal, Opportunities Programmers, and etc.
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-25
Cite This Inclusive Education: a Supportive System for Deprived Section of Society - Dr. Kavita Gupta, Komal Chaudhary - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15763
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