Last night I found an article. In which it is a question of abolishing inclusion in schools. What inclusion to abolish something that does not yet exist is full of nonsense! You might want to think about how to integrate people with disabilities better than how to stop the lack of inclusion. No one can say they don’t have enough money and in most cases they don’t need it either. They should first consider whether they want inclusion and then they should try to convince other people of inclusion. When these steps have happened, they can address people with limitations and work with them to consider what needs to be changed and how it should be changed. This does not necessarily mean that you have to build something new that costs money. You can also simply put the classroom on the ground floor and not on the first or second floor. You think you might let them talk about that has no idea but you are mistaken this whole thing I have experienced myself.

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