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Inclusive education



Whenever possible, all children should learn among their peers. Of course, all children are different: some are better at certain topics and subjects, others might have difficulty focusing and paying attention, while others might have reduced mobility. Inclusion in education implies that, despite certain life circumstances in which children might find themselves, they must have the opportunity to receive quality education and support from teachers.

We’ve highlighted this point separately in order to emphasize that it is crucial to show children the diversity of our world from an early age. Children who grow up with the understanding that all people are different but have equal opportunities, treat others with understanding and acceptance in later life. And this reduces the risks of discrimination and negative attitudes towards people might be different somehow.


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