The online discussion, EduNetTalk #41, which focused on strategies and recommendations for getting children with disabilities to enroll in school was lived yesterday
The EduNetTalk #41, focused on strategies and recommendations for getting children with disabilities to enroll in school was lived yesterday with participation from five representatives from the Ministry of Education and CSO working in the education sector.
The objectives of the EduNetTalk were as follows:
To discover the main reasons why some Cambodian children with disabilities were not enrolled in school.
To discuss ways to make school affordable for low-income families with children with disabilities.
To discuss how to improve access to schools in rural areas for children with disabilities and make the schools more inclusive for children with disabilities and other special needs.
To hear the opinions of CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) and government representatives about the role they played in making school enrollment more accessible and affordable for all children.
The talk aimed to address the reasons for non-enrollment, affordability, access to schools in rural areas, and the roles of different stakeholders.
The talk was scheduled for yesterday and was broadcast live on the NEP Cambodia Facebook page.