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ILFE Toolkit: Afghanistan

ILFE Toolkit: Indonesia

EENET Asia newsletter - 8th issue

“Can quality education for all be achieved when education is packaged in a language that some learners neither speak nor understand? This is the situation faced by many children from ethnic minority groups when they enter formal school systems – the official school language is very different from the language they speak at home. Forcing children to learn in a language they do not understand creates an educational handicap that should not exist.”
Quote from Advocacy Kit for Promoting Multilingual Education: Including the Excluded


The Cultural Self-Review - Helping Teachers to Provide a Culturally Appropriate Education to Maori Students in New Zealand
Inclusive Education in Vietnam
Implementing Inclusive Education in Niger: A Challenge for All to Tackle
Timor-Leste Opens its Office of Inclusive Education - A Significant Step Forward
Enhancing Inclusive Education in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia
ILFE Toolkit: Adapted Afghan Version - Dari and English Version
The “Orang Asli” Education in Malaysia - A Success Story
The Child in the Cage
Education for Visually Impaired Children in Cambodia: Towards a Taken Care by the Ministry of Education
Realising Inclusive Education Through Child-Friendly Schools - Part 1/2
Education Sector Response to HIV and AIDS
Yes They Can: Connect The Goals With Rights

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