The JFPR project will: (i) improve the learning performance, social confidence, and social integration of children with special needs in selected pilot schools via inclusive and integrated approaches, (ii) develop teacher training modules and learning materials for children with special needs and to use these for pilot schools that can be replicated throughout the special education sector, and (iii) demonstrate via the pilot shcools the benefits of inclusive and/or integrated education approaches for children with special needs in basic schools and to develop proactive strategies that will lead directly to the effective inclusion and integration of children with special needs in mainstream basic schools.
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