A Sense of Belonging: Should I Mainstream My Child?
As more and more South African parents look at the option of their children with disabilities attending mainstream schools, many questions are raised: Mainstream or special shool? What is involved in each of these choices? What are the expected outcomes for the child as an individual? Why are there special schools? Will the school I choose provide for my child's needs?
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The debate mainstream or special school?
Choosing an inclusive mainstream school
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