How Zanzibar includes children with disabilities in its classrooms
Photo story: View the impact that a US$5.2 million GPE grant to Zanzibar has made in building a more inclusive education system.
July 27, 2018 by GPE Secretariat|
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Dear GPE, Well done, excellent, thank you ... I am Senior Research Associate at UCL-IoE, London University, and an Associate Lecturer with the Open University, UK I hope the education systems, teachers, textbooks, policies and practices are in keeping with what I describe in my Routledge 2016 publication, 'The Critical Global Educator: Global Citizenship Education as Sustainable Development'. I don't need to or mean to sell this book, but am passionate about its message, which after 7 or so years of struggle, was finally granted an Unconditional Pass at London University. With best wishes for your vision and mission. Maureen Ellis Somerset, UK

This is such a great initiative the pictures tell of the resilience of the human spirit. Children are angels and there is no any other greater course that taking care of their needs.

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