Report: Students with special needs face obstacles in China

07/16/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A report released by New York-based Human Rights Watch finds that students in China with special needs often receive a lesser-quality education than their peers. Among the report's findings are that some students with special needs in China are prevented from going to school, are frequently barred from attending mainstream schools and, if they are admitted, receive few accommodations.

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