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Improving Access to Special Educational Needs in Dubai’s Private Schools

Published on: May 2012​
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Genre: Education​ Category: Education policy​
Fatma Belrehif
 
The provision for students with special educational needs in schools in Dubai is in a developmental stage as it seeks to meet identification, pedagogic and access challenges. Recent inspections by Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau [DSIB] of the provision for students with special educational needs indicate significant variation in the capacities of schools to meet these challenges consistently and in accordance with international expectations. This policy brief explores the access, identification of the special education needs of students and the quality of the provision in place now and how the future might be shaped for these students across all curricula in Dubai. 
 
This policy brief was prepared by Fatma Belrehif, Head of Dubai Schools Inspection Bureau entity of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) and presented at the third Education Policy Forum held at DSG on May 29.

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