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Vocational Ministry Paper
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Vocational Ministry Paper The Ethics of Special Education in Today’s Public Schools: How the Lack of Resources Affects School Compliance and Accommodation Requirements for Students with Special Needs. Introduction The education of young people is a career path which is full of many challenges for a dedicated teacher, administrator or assistant.
This good progress has suffered in recent times however, from a growing lack of funds to provide the extra accommodation and equipment that these students need. Financial crisis at Federal government level has seen budgets cut, while schools have to jump over more and more complex hurdles to achieve compliance with any number of new rules. This paper explores this issue of the lack of funding for special educational needs, showing how students’ theoretical rights are not being respected, and what the consequences of this are. It examines the reasons why funding is not forthcoming, and what responses have already been tried. Finally it suggests a creative Christian response to the problem through building closer local linkages between churches and schools. The theoretical rights of students with special needs Most people, if asked directly what they think of special needs education, would support the idea that children should be educated according to their actual needs. There is no problem with the idea of providing this service and all public schools no doubt have every intention of delivering this to best of their ability. ...
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