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Inclusion is key to the successful education of students with visual impairment. According to The Centre for Studies in Inclusive Education, inclusive education means disabled and non-disabled young people learning together in ordinary school provision, with appropriate networks of support. They should have access to the same information, at the same time and, if possible, in the same way to participate in and enjoy mainstream settings to the best of their abilities, whatever their needs.
Education goals for students with visual impairments are essentially the same as those for all students. The goals are: effective communication, social competence and personal independence. In order to accomplish these goals, however, students with visual impairments require specific interventions and modifications of their educational programs. An appropriate assessment of these unique educational needs in all areas related to the disability and adapting instruction to meet these needs is essential to ensure appropriate educational programming.
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