Inclusive Educational Practices in India: Policies and Challenges

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  • Satya Sree Sindhusha Vajjhala Special Educator, Sreya Foundation, Visakhapatnam, India

Keywords:

Children with Special Needs (CWSN), Disability, Educational Challenges, Inclusion, Inclusive practices, Inclusive-Educational policies, Government Initiatives

Abstract

The present research article is aimed at providing an analysis of challenges India is experiencing in developing an Inclusive-education system. This study has assessed the effectiveness of existing inclusive-educational policies of India such as IEDC, Sarva - Shiksha Abhiyan, and so on in addressing different challenges including non-acceptance, lack of proper awareness, and so on. The literature review section of this study has included different concepts regarding challenges and policies of inclusive education that have helped in gaining a proper understanding of ways different barriers are hindering the implementation of inclusive-educational practices in Indian schools. This research contains a methodology section that has illustrated different ways data has been collected and analyzed for ensuring effective results. The next section has summarized the findings of this research and has analyzed these results properly to come to a proper conclusion.

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Published

11-11-2021

How to Cite

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S. Sree Sindhusha Vajjhala, “Inclusive Educational Practices in India: Policies and Challenges ”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 16–19, Nov. 2021.

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