The lower house of Parliament has approved an amendment to the school law opening the way for an inclusive education system. The amendment should introduce broad measures that will make it easier for handicapped children to attend regular classes, among them personal assistants, special textbooks, and special curricula tailored to a child’s needs. The bill also restricts the sale of unhealthy snacks on school premises.
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