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|Title: ||Achieving Inclusive Education for Children with Special Needs at the Primary School Level in NigeriaI|
|Authors: ||Yakwal, S. M.|
Oriade, M. N.
Dala, B. G.
|Issue Date: ||Jan-2005|
|Publisher: ||Journal of Childhood and Primary Education|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 1;No. 1; Pp 184-190|
|Abstract: ||The paper attempts to examine the possibility of achieving inclusive
education for special needs children at the primary school leve1 in Nigeria.
It casts a search light on the concept, rationale and philosophy of inclusive
education as well as identiﬁes the beneficiaries of this kind of
arrangement in the Nigerian context. The paper further examines the areas
that adequate attention must be paid for the achievement of successful
inclusion in educational arrangements for special needs children at the
primary school level. Finally, it mentions some of the beneﬁts of
achieving inclusive education for special needs children and concludes
that achieving inclusive education tor special needs children at the
primary school level in Nigeria is attainable and must be vigorously
pursued for the growth and development of the country|
|Appears in Collections:||Special Education and Rehabilitation Sciences|
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