GPE Disability and Inclusive Education A Stocktake of Education Sector Plans and GPE Funded Grants.pdf


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Cover Photo Credits
A painting on the wall at Kisiwandui primary school shows that the school welcomes students with disabilities. Zanzibar, Tanzania, April 2017. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud.
Shakuntala Badi is 13 years old and studies in Class 5B at Adarsha Saula Yubak Higher Secondary School, Bhainsipati.
She is the only blind student in her class. Credit: GPE/NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati.
In this classroom, some students with disabilities receive more personalized attention. Kisiwandui primary school.
Tanzania, April 2017. Credit: GPE/Chantal Rigaud.

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