The challenge of enhancing inclusive education in developing countries

@article{Eleweke2002TheCO,
  title={The challenge of enhancing inclusive education in developing countries},
  author={C. J. Eleweke and M. Rodda},
  journal={International Journal of Inclusive Education},
  year={2002},
  volume={6},
  pages={113 - 126}
}
This paper is concerned with enhancing inclusive education (IE) in developing countries (DCs). It is estimated that the majority of the world's population of people with disabilities live in DCs of Africa, Asia, Latin America, Caribbean and the Middle East, some 150 million of them being children, but less than 2% are receiving any form of rehabilitation service. Thus successful implementation of IE could increase the number of those with disabilities receiving educational and other services in… Expand
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