Inclusive Learning Handbook
for Teachers and Policy Makers

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“Over one billion people – approximately 15% of the world’s population – live with some form of disability. Facing a wide range of barriers, including access to information, education, healthcare and a lack of job opportunities, persons living with disabilities struggle every day to be integrated into society”. (UNESCO, 2013; Preface)
“Fostering and sustaining inclusivity is important, indeed crucial, for both student success and institutional excellence. There can be no doubt that inclusivity has become a principal value”. (Armstrong, NEA website)

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