Delhi High Court issues notice on lack of special educators in schools
September 19, 2016
The Delhi High Court has strongly criticized the Delhi government and the municipal corporations for failing to appoint special educators in its schools.
The court was responding to the complaint of a mother with two sons with mental disabilities who after studying at government and municipality-run schools for years have learnt nothing.
Instead they were made fun of by others in the school.
The court has issued notices to the Delhi government and the South Delhi Municipal Corporation.
More than 30,000 students with disabilities study in Delhi government and corporation-run schools.
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