education for special needs students

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General Census of Population, Housing and Establishments results indicate that the illiteracy rate among the disabled is about 53% which is much higher than the overall average rate in Palestine (illiteracy rates in Palestine 14%) [12]. According to data of the General Union of Disabled Palestinians [13] that the majority of the Palestinian education institutions where there is no engineering facilities allow for the disabled possibilities of their use, as the educational devices are not available, and utilities, such as: computer own devices, and models necessary and maps. And these problems are equally in private schools and public schools. [14] So what is the Palestinian National Authority’s efforts to overcome these problems and to support the Palestinians with disabilities to get the full right to education? Project Palestinian Basic Law expressly provides for non-discrimination for people with disabilities has stated: “The Palestinians before the law and the judiciary, does not discriminate, including race, sex, color, religion, political opinion or disability.” In 1999, the Legislative Council passed a special law disabled rights (Law No. 4 of 1999) and ratified by the President of the Palestinian Authority and its publication in the Official Gazette; covers law several related economic, social, cultural and civil rights of Palestinians for the disabled areas. With regard to the right to education has been law in the second quarter on the text of a set of special rights, including:
“1. guarantee the right of persons with disabilities in access to equal opportunities for admission to educational facilities and universities within the force in the framework of the curriculum of these facilities;
2. educational assessment required to determine the nature of the disability and its degree provision;
3. Provide educational curricula and appropriate means and facilities;
4. Provide Education different types and levels of people with disabilities according to their needs;
5. prepare educationally qualified to teach the disabled, each according to his disability. ”

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