International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Inclusion of the Children with Disabilities among School in Algeria
Dr. Saad Eddine Boutebal, Dr. Samia Yahi

Recently, many countries in the world have focused on promoting education of disabled children to qualify them in order to interact with the society they belong to. It is worth stating that the education of disabled children who are enrolled in regular schools has shifted from integration to inclusion. The idea of inclusion came out as a result of a limited capacity and efficiency faced by integrating education. The developed countries have achieved considerable steps in this domain, regardless the problems they still face. But, what about developing countries? Especially, if we bear in mind that a huge number of disabled children are not yet enrolled in any school. With reference to these important facts, we have decided to assign our paper on Algerian experience in this domain. The point is that Algeria has made education of normal children and disabled as its first priority. So, what are the policies and strategies that have been adopted in Algeria to support education of disabled children? And this is what we are going to present by emphasizing on the Algerian experience.

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