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Handbook on inclusive education

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NEW DELHI, SEPT. 2. Making available techniques that require to be adopted to assist children with special needs in the classroom, the Society for Child Development on Wednesday launched a handbook on inclusive education titled "Within Walls, Without Boundaries''. The handbook presents a collection of various models, practices, experiences, first-hand accounts and success stories from areas where inclusive education has been implemented. It also identifies and analyses challenges to the Indian education system, while offering possible strategies and solutions for all education systems implementing inclusion policies.

Releasing the book, the Secretary in the Ministry of Human Resource Development, B. S. Baswan, said: "Educational institutions can reflect the true diversity of India not only with respect to caste and culture but also by accommodating children with various special needs. I think the generation that will evolve from this culture will be capable of carrying forward a united India."

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