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Ley 5.136 Educacion Inclusiva (Law 5136 Inclusive Education)

El Congreso de Paraguay Country Resources Disability Legislation Paraguay 23 December 2013 Legislation/regulation disability, education

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La Ley tiene por objeto establecer las acciones correspondientes para la creación de un modelo educativo inclusivo dentro del sistema regular facilitando la accesibilidad de los alumnos con necesidades específicas de apoyo educativo. La ley incluyen: a) No discriminación, ni trato degradante, tanto dentro como fuera de la institución, por parte de ningún miembro de la comunidad educativa;b) Respeto a la diferencia y reconocimiento de la discapacidad como componente de la diversidad humana; c) Igualdad de oportunidades; d) Igualdad de derechos entre varones y mujeres.

The law aims to establish the appropriate actions for the creation of an inclusive educational model within the regular system facilitating the accessibility of students with specific educational needs with qualified human resources and adaptive technologies, among other measures. The Law includes: no discrimination, or degrading treatment, both inside and outside the institution, by any member of the educational community; (b) respect for differences and recognition of disability as a component of the human diversity; (c) equality of opportunity; (d) equality of rights between men and women.

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Ley 5.136 Educacion Inclusiva
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