Volume 9 Issue 9 - July 15, 2012
Still no special educators in Delhi municipal schoolsD.N.I.S. News Network, India: Three years after a Delhi High Court order and two years after the Right to Education Act, schools under the now trifurcated Municipal Corporation of Delhi are yet to hire special educators for students with disabilities in its 1,790 schools.
A blame game seems to have erupted as officials hasten to pass the buck. Most cite the trifurcation of M.C.D., shortage of funds and procedural delays as reasons. If the National Capital Region is so far behind in making its schools accessible to students with disabilities, the picture will be even more grim in the rest of the country.
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New Disability Law
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- I.I.T. alleges certifying hospital not competent, Delhi High Court asks for proof
- Person with disability tops Maharashtra Public Service exam
- Presidential candidate makes derogatory remarks on disability
- Disability pension not for injuries off-duty, says Supreme Court
- Still no special educators in Delhi municipal schools
- U.N. comes out with report to strengthen treaty body system
- D.U. and J.N.U. get M.S.J.E. funds to make their campus disabled-friendly
- London Games to be the ‘most disabled-friendly’, claims U.K.
- Delhi courts to fast track pending cases involving disabled and elderly people
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