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Inclusion, integration & design implications for schools

It has been recognised by Government and society as a whole that it is imperative that the education of our children provides equality for all, no matter what the child’s gender, religion, racial ethnicity, physical or cognitive abilities.

It has been recognised by Government and society as a whole that it is imperative that the education of our children provides equality for all, no matter what the child’s gender, religion, racial ethnicity, physical or cognitive abilities. The Building Schools for Future (BSF) programme, which is well underway, will provide schools for decades to come. With this substantial investment in education it is essential to ensure that these schools are as inclusive as possible, enabling all, including those with profound disabilities, whose physical requirements go beyond the minimum standard, access to educational establishments equally.

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