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Schools all around the world have stopped operating and over 85 million children in less economically developed countries are left without access to basic education. This could seriously affect their future development as without a proper help missed classes will never be recovered.
Around the world, children are excluded from schools where they belong because of disability, race, language, religion, gender, and poverty. But every child has the right to grow, learn, and develop in the early years, and, upon reaching school age, to go to school and be welcomed and included by teachers and peers alike. When all children, regardless of their differences, are educated together, everyone benefits—this is the cornerstone of inclusive education. Inclusive education means different and diverse students learning side by side in the same classroom and have access to equal opportunities. It values diversity and the unique contributions each student brings to the classroom. In a truly inclusive setting, every child feels safe and has a sense of belonging. Education that excludes and segregates perpetuates discrimination against traditionally marginalized groups.
When education is more inclusive, so are concepts of civic participation, employment, and community life. It is important to create a more inclusive class environment for students for their learning. In this section we will mainly talk about the future of education in your countries and we will try to propose solutions of how to improve the education systems all over the world.
Learn more about the difficulties in a report written by the United Nations called: Startling disparities in digital learning emerge as COVID-19 spreads: UN education agency.
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