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Children/young people with special educational needs/disabilities may receive education
in different settings. In this clip you can see part of a review meeting in which
there is a discussion about changing the balance of Sophia’s time between mainstream
and special schools.
What happens when everyone can’t agree? In other words, what are the rules? What
do you think Sophia’s rights are?
Dignity and worth
An important message in international law is that children/young people are entitled
to a dignified and worthwhile education. Since each child/young person has a right
to education, the challenge is to make sure that this is possible and to remove barriers
to achieving that goal.
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