More German schools are moving toward inclusion of disabled students

04/26/2010 | Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Some mainstream schools in Germany are moving away from the practice of excluding children based on physical or mental disabilities, but most are still able to do so legally. Officials in Bremen have pledged to end the practice, but they will continue to support specialised schools for disabled pupils.

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