INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: VARIOUS DIMENSIONS By  Dr. Sheeba Krishnan

Inclusion of children with disabilities in regular classes in social and entertaining activities can end in more positive ratings of disabled children by non-disabled children. With appropriate guidance and direction from adults, inclusion has the likely to diminish fear and to develop friendship, respect, understanding and a positive noble interaction. Thus, inclusive education is a human right and it promotes the worth of equality. The present paper discourses the concept of inclusive education in mainstreaming equity and equality to non-segregate disabled students in public education systems and to have an educational system that reviews the need of all students.