U.K. schools aim to better accommodate students with disabilities

05/26/2008 | BBC

British children with visual and hearing impairments will get extra support, including more sign-language and adapted textbooks, said U.K. Schools Minister Andrew Adonis. "It's vital that sensory impairments are not a barrier to learning," Adonis said. "Children with hearing difficulties and visual impairments have the same right to a quality education as everyone else."

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