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Implementation of Educational Provision for Children with Severe to Profound Intellectual Disability in the Western Cape : From Rights to Reality

By: McKenzie, Judith A.
Contributor(s): Pillay, Savondarie G | Duvenhage, Chris-Marie | Du Plessis, Erika | Jelsma, Jennifer M.
Series: International Journal of Disability Development and Education 64 (6) November 2017: 596-611. 2017Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | CHILDREN | EDUCATION | INCLUSION | SOUTH AFRICAOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Children with severe to profound intellectual disability have been excluded from education on the basis that their impairment makes them ‘ineducable’. The Western Cape Forum for Intellectual Disability challenged this notion through litigation against the South African Government. The ensuing judgement asserts the right to education of these children and outlines action steps for government to this end.
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Children with severe to profound intellectual disability have been excluded from education on the basis that their impairment makes them ‘ineducable’. The Western Cape Forum for Intellectual Disability challenged this notion through litigation against the South African Government. The ensuing judgement asserts the right to education of these children and outlines action steps for government to this end.

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