Inclusion of Children with Special Needs in Elementary School

By Denise Naon, Ellen Milshtein, Meyrav Marom

Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute, 2011

The Inclusion Law - Amendment No. 7 to the Special Education Law - was adopted at the end of 2002. Its implementation began in 2004-05 and it charges the state with responsibility for financing auxiliary services required by special-needs children included in regular schools (e.g., a personal assistant, paramedical and didactic services). In addition, the law stipulates and describes the role and procedures of Inclusion Committees, which determine the eligibility of included children for inclusion-related services, the obligatory involvement of parents in committee decisions, and the need to develop individual, educational, care plans.

Topic: Parenthood, Schools, Children, Education, Law, Disability and Special Needs, Inclusion, Government

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Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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Naon, Denise. Milshtein, Ellen. Marom, Meyrav. Inclusion of Children with Special Needs in Elementary School. Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute. 2011:


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