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Reglamento de Educación Inclusiva para Personas con Discapcidad, Necesidades Educativas Espeicales y Talentos Excepcionales (Regulation of Inclusive Education for Persons with Disability, Special Educational Needs and Exceptional Talents)

La Republica de Honduras Country Resources Disability Legislation Honduras 17 September 2014 Legislation/regulation disability, education

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Articulo 1: El Reglamento de Educación Inclusiva para Personas con Discapcidad, Necesidades Educativas Espeicales y Talentos Excepcionales tiene por objeto normar la inclusión y participación en el proceso educativo de las Personas con Discapacidad, Necesidades Educativas Especiales y Talentos Excepcionales en los diferentes niveles (Pre básico, básico, medio y educación superior no universitario), en aplicación a lo dispuesto en el Artículo 27 de la Ley Fundamental de Educación) y los programas y proyectos alternativos que se ejecuten en la educación formal y la no formal. Artículo 2. El propósito del presente reglamento, es hacer efectivo los principios de integralidad, equidad e inclusión de todas las personas, con Discapacidad, Necesidades Educativas Especiales y Talentos Excepcionales. Será de observancia general y obligatoria en los centros educativos y de rehabilitación, oficiales y no gubernamentales.generadoras

Article 1:The Regulation of Inclusive Education for Persons with Disability, Special Educational Needs and Exceptional Talents is aimed at regulating the inclusion and participation in the educational process of persons with disabilities, special educational needs and talents exceptional at different levels (Pre basic, basic, medium and non-university higher education), in conformity with the provisions of Article 27 of the Fundamental Law of Education) and the programs and alternative projects that run on the formal education and non- formal.
Article 2. The purpose of this regulation is to enforce the principles of integrity, fairness, and inclusion of all persons with disabilities, special educational needs and exceptional talent. It will be of general observance and compulsory in education centers and workplaces, in both official and non-governmental organizations.

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