Inclusive Education: Meeting The Needs Of People With Disabilities Through Open And Distance Learning

B I AJUFO

Abstract


Inclusive education should be viewed as making the invisible visible. The most marginalised
groups are often the invisible in society. This includes people with disabilities. Inclusive education,
therefore, seeks to address the learning needs of all people with a specific focus on
those who are vulnerable to marginalisation and exclusion. The paper focuses mainly on the
inclusion of people with disabilities in open and distance learning. Against this backdrop, the
paper critically examined the challenges they face; benefits of inclusive education and lastly,
recommended ways and strategies that would help open and distance learning through inclusive
education to make Education for All a reality.

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