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Inclusive education (IE) is not only for the purpose of bridging the gap between the rich and poor but is also considered by the United Nations to be a tool for achieving Education For All (EFA).
The advocates of IE believe that it prospers and becomes sustainable only when all the key stakeholders in education join hands to make it work by participating in its planning, implementation, and evaluation.
The immediate beneficiaries of IE are the learners themselves, hence they are among its key stakeholders.
The author of this book had realized that secondary school learners in Lesotho were not offered adequate space to present their views, opinions, and experiences regarding IE, so he compiled and discussed the perspectives of these learners about IE (as it relates to visually impaired learners) in this book.
Doctor Malehlanye Ralejoe is an inclusive education specialist, who is currently working as an educator under the ministry of education in Lesotho.
He is interested in education based research and in writing books in the same field.
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