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INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND INTEGRATION INTO NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY 2020: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS
Teresa Wahengbam, Chanchan Wahengbam
This paper highlights the importance of inclusive education and how it should be implemented in the present education with reference to NEP 2020. NEP 2020 lays emphasis upon inculcating Inclusive Educational structure and Inclusive Educational Culture in our today’s school education system, through infrastructural culture in our school education system , through infrastructural support and by making corresponding materials on human values such as respect for all people, empathy, tolerance, human rights, gender equality, non-violence, global citizenship, inclusion, equality and equity. Thus, the policy aims at promoting inclusion, bringing out equity and developing respect for diversity through developing understanding about various cultures, religions, languages, gender identities, demographic differences, etc. Among children, teachers and other school functionaries. The paper focuses on:
1. Recognizing, identifying and fostering the unique capabilities of each student
2. Respect for diversity and respect for the local context
3. Full equity and inclusion in the education system of India
4. Highlights the important functions of inclusive education in the context of Manipur
Here lies the significance of the present paper. The paper relies on the literature of NEP 2020 as it resource and will draw out the need and impact of inclusive education towards the growth and development of the existing society.
NEP 2020, Inclusive Education, Specially Able children, Special Education Zones, Integrated Education
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