Equitable Inclusion of the Hard of Hearing: Aspirations and Apprehensions By Jyotika Benny


Inclusive Education has been a major area of concern in the ever-widening educational environment of 21st century. It has been found as the basic stride in our journey towards an inclusive society that embraces every individual as they are. Inclusive education advocates for bringing those diverse groups of children who were sidelined for their socio-economic and cultural background, disability, etc. to the mainstream education. In inclusion the diversity of the children is not understood as something to be ashamed of, blamed nor changed. It is the system that is being modified to accommodate the children hence when a classroom turns inclusive it must make several adaptations to meet the requirements of the diversity of the children. This paper is an attempt to analyse the scope, prospects, and barriers regarding the inclusion of children who are hard of hearing.

Keywords: inclusion, hard of hearing, equity, mainstream

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