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Author Antony, Pavan John.

Title Segregation Hurts : Voices of Youth with Disabilities and Their Families in India / Pavan John Antony
Published Rotterdam ; Boston : SensePublishers, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Studies in inclusive education ; v. 19
Studies in inclusive education (Sense Publishers) ; v. 19
Contents Introduction -- Education for all and its Importance Around the Globe -- Thomas and Nancy -- Usman and Khadeeja -- Krishna and Neha -- Amar and Amina -- Joseph and Jane -- Javed and Jasmine -- Research Methodology -- Compiling Stories -- A Self Reflection
Summary Segregation Hurts is a book that explores the stories of six families who have children with disabilities. The families who reside in the south west of India shared their daily experiences living with a child with a disability. Irrespective of the diverse socio-economic statuses and religious beliefs, families shared common challenges raising a child with a disability in the Indian society. These children faced exclusion and denial of admission to local public schools due to their disability and they were forced to seek admission to a special school in their neighbouring community. Public scho
Analysis Education
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Children with disabilities -- Education -- India -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Case studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1299702643
946209179X (electronic bk.)
9789462091795 (electronic bk.)