Exclusion

Definition
‘Exclusion occurs when students are denied access to education. Exclusion happens when students with disabilities are not permitted to register to attend a school, or when they register but are told not to come to school or when there are conditions placed on their attendance. Sometimes, students are registered but told they will receive their education from a teacher who will visit them at home – so effectively they are still excluded from school’ (Inclusion International, n.d.).

References
Inclusion International. n.d. FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions: Questions You Have About Inclusive Education But Didn’t Know Whom To Ask. Accessed 4 November 2019: https://inclusion-international.org/catalyst-for-inclusive-education/faq/#_ftn2

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