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ILFE Toolkit: Afghanistan

ILFE Toolkit: Indonesia

EENET Asia newsletter - 9th issue

“We all know that every child is unique and different. They have different abilities, learn in different ways, and at different paces. Inclusive, learning-friendly, and barrier-free environments should therefore be created in every school and community throughout the world so that all children will be enabled to develop to their full academic, social, emotional, and physical potentials. It is important to remember that a child’s academic potential can not be developed separately from her/his social, emotional and physical potential, as they are interdependent aspects of a child’s development.”
Quote from “Teaching Children with Disabilities” - ILFE Toolkit Specialized Booklet 3


Inclusion – an Agent for Change and Development in Lembata
What Makes a Good Teacher: The Best Ideas for Education Improvements Come from Educators Themselves!
Framework For Inclusive Quality Education
Participation of Students in School Management in Pakistan
Afghanistan Towards Inclusive Education – Part 1/2
Education and Career Development of the Orang Asli children of SK Runchang, Malaysia: Insiders’ Perspectives
Realising Inclusive Education Through Child-Friendly Schools - Part 2/2
Increased Pressure on Children in Primary Schools
War, Mental Health and Academic Achievement of Palestinian Children