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innovationRecycled Art Classroom Resources for Children with Special Needs
Often teachers bemoan the underfunding of special education classrooms and parents complain they cannot afford to buy toys and home use learning resources. We carried out training for parents of spec
innovationT. E. A. M. S. Model
Our mission for the T.E.A.M.S model is to inspire special educators to rethink, redesign, and re-envision what special education is in order to realize every student's potential.
An inclusive school welcomes all students. This innovation gives you concrete ideas on how to implement inclusive instruction in elementary and high schools.
innovationInclusion Matters, Inclusion Works
In India alone, there are 12M children with disability but only 1% are in school. The remainder are at home, or suffocated in a mainstream school that don't know how to accept them. For solution, we a