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Model of inclusive education for disabled students and students with disabilities in health at KSPU n.a. V.P. Astafyev

O.A. Kozyreva
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O.A. Kozyreva is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. at both Krasnoyarsk State Pedagogical University n.a. V.P. Astafiev and Krasnoyarsk State Medical University n.a. professor V. F. Voyno-Yasenetsky e-mail:


Presented is the model of inclusive education of disabled persons and persons with disabilities in health, i.e. special social group, having essentially important peculiarities in terms of educational plane and requiring in relation to them special education policy. Recognition in this category special educational needs allows to guarantee for it equal access to education, enshrined and guaranteed by the Constitution of the RF and other normative legal acts. Implementation of state policy in the field of education of disabled students and students with disabilities in health presupposes their ability to gain full-fledged higher education, acquisition of such profession, that gives opportunity to become an equal member of society and conditions prerequisite for successful socialization of person. Getting of quality higher education constitutes itself as guarantee of future employment, full valuable participation in the life of society, and also implementation of personal, economic and other rights.

Key words: disabled students, students with disabilities in health, inclusive education, model of inclusive education.



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