Why children with disabilities deserve better

|Source: Teacher|
In the front row, two blind students use Braille machines during class. Kisiwandui primary school in Zanzibar. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud

In this article, Julia Gillard says that despite notable progress in the last few years, millions of children with disabilities are still denied their right to education. For GPE, ensuring that marginalized children can have access to quality education is a priority. This is why GPE works closely with partner countries to help them more accurately capture data, and has programs that are helping to make learning inclusive for all in several partner countries.

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In the front row, two blind students use Braille machines during class. Kisiwandui primary school in Zanzibar. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud

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