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Dominican Republic

June 29, 2014 in News Tags: , , , ,

Article documentary research title: towards LA education inclusive education base to the strength of society, we need a quality education and that responds to the penny of each individual of the society regardless of their particular condition. The present aims to raise awareness towards inclusive education, since I believe that it is real and need therefore of great importance to our peoples have a society humanist, solidary, tolerant and sensitive. Current trends on education are aimed at achieving quality education for all / as. In Jomtien, Thailand, 1990 was presented the Declaration of education for all (EFA), the essential objective focused on creating a school, a community and therefore a society that allows the formation of each of the individuals considering only its condition of being social, human and owner of an inalienable right to education. I consider it necessary to define inclusive education as an educational approach based on the valuing diversity as enriching the teaching-learning process and consequently enabling human development element. This implies that all boys and girls of a given community learn together regardless of their personal, social or cultural conditions including those which presented different abilities. One of the obstacles that had included in the educational process are prejudices, while it has been shown that inclusive schools benefit everyone, not only the children labeled as different (according to a study of cases of 15 European countries).

Inclusive education should be seen as a service and not a classroom, but the classrooms of all campuses must remove barriers impeding access and permanence of students with different abilities. In the Dominican Republic some sectors show resistance to inclusive education, since we believe that if all regular schools become inclusive, then special education centers will disappear. But not so, since these centres serve as centers of support to regular schools. The recommendations of the Ibero-American meetings of Directors of special education and basic education, held in Foz de Iguazu, Brazil, in 1998, and in Santo Domingo, in the year 2001, establishes that services of special education of the ministries of education of the countries should be oriented according to inclusive education policies, articulating the different educational sectors and providing the intersectorality.

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