Next, we look at how we can target two more examples of distinct groups: 3) Learners with Disabilities and 4) Working Poor, thinking about some common characteristics and challenges they might face and potential solutions that may support.
- Universal Design for Learning Guidelines (Website Link)
- Gathering Place for Young People, A Local Hub to Overcome Difficulties of Living, the Case of Kunitachi Kominkan, Japan
- Making Sense of Universal Design for Learning (Video)
- Facilitating access to education for adults with intellectual disabilities – why fully inclusive models work
- Making TVET and skills systems inclusive of persons with disabilities, Policy Brief, the International Labour Organization
- Case of the Township Community Learning Centre Service for People with Disabilities, China