I have read tragic, heartbreaking stories in the papers from Mothers who lost a child to suicide, I think it so brave of them to open up and talk about what has happened to them and the truth of what led up to such an awful event for any parent and family. 3,102 more words
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Whether or not children with disabilities should be taught in mainstreams school is always highly debated. 58 more words
For a long time the majority of children and young people with disabilities have been educated in a special school, however, recently things have started to change as more disabled children have been increasingly been given the right to go to a mainstream school and get the same mainstream education as everyone else. 28 more words
How do our readers feel about the government’s policy of inclusion in education for children and young people with additional support needs?
Here are the facts: in 2012, 118,034 pupils (17.6% of all pupils) had additional support needs in Scotland, of which 63% were boys. 406 more words
Based on the popular video: “Why I hate religion but love Jesus”, English rapper-poet Suli Breaks enters the education debate with his own video in which he talks about what mainstream schooling has become and why he thinks amidst standardized exams and rote memorization of texts it no longer provides and ‘education’. 195 more words