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Title: The access to education of deaf children in primary school
Other Titles: the case of Uganda
Authors: Mpoza, Vincent
Keywords: The access to education of deaf children in primary school
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Arrupe Jesuit University
Abstract: Hearing impairment is a major disability and threat to quality education in developing countries like Uganda. Academics and philosophers have written countless articles and books on deaf education. However, special attention has not been paid to the accessibility of deaf education in Uganda. This paper highlights ways to make deaf education accessible to children in Uganda. This paper argues that inclusive education is among the ways to go because it addresses all categories of people with different disabilities. To adopt inclusive education means a variety of learning methods, a kind of education for all that includes having mainstream classroom and units in schools as well as making provisions for the disabled and impaired. To learn together will make us appreciate each other’s potentials and abilities in the world.  
Description: ii, 125p.
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