Inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in mainstream secondary education

This research provides an insight into the current state of affairs regarding the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in the mainstream secondary education.

A boy with a visual impairment reading a book with a braille alphabet
UNICEF/2017/Georgiev

Highlights

The research, focusing on inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in the mainstream secondary education in the country, was carried out by the Ombudsman’s Office of the Republic of Macedonia, with financial support of EU IPA program, UNICEF and in close cooperation with the Association for Assistive Technology Open the Windows from Skopje. The key objective of the research is to provide an insight into the current state of affairs regarding the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in the mainstream secondary education in the country, serving as a baseline for coming up with recommendations to further improve inclusiveness of Macedonian educational system. 

A front page of the publication containing its title with a photo of a boy with a visual impairment reading a book with a braille alphabet

Author

Ombudsman

Publication date

Languages

English,
Macedonian,
Albanian

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