Children with albinism often have poor eyesight, so classroom seating plans are important.
In Tanzania, where albinism is common, there's plenty that ordinary teachers can do to support students with albinism – much of it quite simple.
Just being in the same classroom doesn’t make it inclusive.
Recent articles question whether inclusive education can do more harm than good. However, neither article presents examples of inclusion. Rather, they present tragic examples of exclusion that are claimed to be inclusion-not-working.
It’s not always better together.
Children with special needs aren't necessarily always better in mainstream schools.
South African teachers say it's a struggle to apply their training about "inclusive education" in crowded, stressful classroom situations.
All children are different, but different isn’t wrong, and doesn’t require fixing.
All children are different, but different isn't wrong, and doesn't require fixing.