Neįgalių vaikų integracijos galimybės ugdymo institucijose: tėvų patirtys

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Neįgalių vaikų integracijos galimybės ugdymo institucijose: tėvų patirtys
Alternative Title:
Possibilities of integration of disabled children in educational institutions: experiences of parents
In the Journal:
Bendravimas ir bendradarbiavimas su šeima; Neįgalus vaikas; Specialiųjų poreikių vaikų integracija; Vaikas su negalia; Vaikų su specialiaisiais poreikiais integracija.
A disabled child; Communication and cooperation with a family; Integration of children with special needs.
Summary / Abstract:

ENWhen implementing the goal of the provisions of the National Education Strategy for years 2003-2012 (Žin., 18/07/2003, No. 71) in order to ensure accessibility, continuity and social justice of education provisions are made for creation of possibilities for effective development of children having different abilities and needs and for presenting a possibility for all pupils with special needs to learn at all types of schools in the environment that is favourable to them acoording to formal and informal education programs. Today education policy of Lithuania encourages schools to ensure implementation of article 15 of the Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania (Žin., 21/01/2010, No. 1-1489). The article regulates implementation of special education in all schools. Integrated education of the disabled schoolchildren is becoming reality of modern school. According to the data supplied by municipalities (Education of Pupils with Special Needs, 2010), 449 630 pupils studied in Lithuania in 2009-2010. 10,4 % of all pupils (46 780) have different kinds of special needs.According to the data of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic Lithuania the majority of pupils with special needs study at schools of general education, part of them study at schools of general education where complete or partial integration is applied: 89,0 % study in common forms of schools of general education , 1,3 % study in special or educational forms at schools of general education. 9,7 % of all pupils with special needs study at special schools (at the beginning of 2009-2010 there were 4 550 pupils in these institutions). Legal and social basis of integration of the disabled in Lithuania is favourable and creates possibilities to integrate disabled children into educational institutions successfully. On the other hand, certain hindrances are encountered in pedagogical reality: problems of choosing an educational institution, community readiness to receive a disabled child, importance of communication and cooperation. In order to improve the process of integrated education it is important to elucidate the experience of parents who bring up disabled children. [...]. [From the publication]

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