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December Edition 2022

Inclusive Education:
The ground reality

Snehadhara was conceptualised ten years ago in response to the first child, Sneha, whom I met in a regular school and gave me my first lesson in inclusion. Here is somebody who is visibly different, but still, her presence seems to sensitise the so-called Neurotypical children in a very different way. The children learned to care for each other and her by virtue of her difference. And that was my first lesson on inclusion. Sneha was a two-and-a-half-year-old child with Down Syndrome when I first met her. Her parents were told she would never walk or talk. When Sneha passed away last month as a 14-year-old, she was not just talking and walking but also speaking five languages. To read more Subcribe now

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