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Manuals | May 22, 2007

How-To Guide

Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities

Children with disabilities are one of the most marginalized groups in terms of access to education today. CRS' mission and the principle of Education for All call on all of us to expand our programming in support of quality education for children with disabilities. This guide presents many useful suggestions for ways to do to this. Whatever we do to make education better for disabled children will also make education better for all children.


  • Letter from CRS Education Technical Advisors

  • Letter from CRS/Vietnam Country Representative

  • Introduction

  • What Is Inclusive Education?

  • Who Are Children With Disabilities in Your Community?

  • Building an Inclusive Education Program

  • Benefits of Inclusive Education for Children With Disabilities

  • Expansion of Inclusive Education in Vietnam and Beyond

  • CRS/Vietnam Program Description