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New policy ensures better integration of children with disabilities


4th July 2020

New policy ensures better integration of children with disabilities

With a new policy to allow more children with disabilities to attend ordinary schools and study with their non-disabled peers, China's education authority said it is working to ensure such students' better integration into society.

China's Ministry of Education has issued a guideline on improving the work on disabled children's learning in regular classes for compulsory education.

According to the document made public at the ministry's website earlier this week, all children with disabilities who are in the compulsory education period and believed to be fit for ordinary school study should be enrolled in such schools.

The document aims to remove the obstacles that keep such children from learning in regular classes and enhance the quality of education for such children.

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