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The Special Needs Education and Inclusive Policy Framework 2009-2015

Republic of The Gambia Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education Country Resources Disability Policies Gambia 31 December 2009 Policy document child and adolescent, education, Social Inclusion

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The framework maps out the important role of government as the key player in the provision of education to special needs children. It also underlines the significance of collaboration among disabled people’s organizations as well as other stakeholders in putting resources and ideas together for the education of special needs children.


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