An international conference “Inclusive Education in 2025 implies everyone” was held. The conference was dedicated to one of the most innovation approaches, which implies the integration of the SEN Students into the process. Inclusive education portrays a well-planned, process tailored towards the needs of an individual, where everyone can achieve success.
The aim of the conference was to convey cognitive information regarding the inclusive education, and its further applications in real life. At the same time, during the conference, a presentation of the results was held, which the Ministry wants to achieve by 2025, by developing and constantly updating the inclusive education in Georgia.
Georgia ratified the UN Convention on the rights on the individuals with disabilities, and therefore Georgia made a commitment to carry out the policy, which is oriented towards protecting the rights of the people with disabilities and treat them as equals.
With the support of the Ministry of Education and Research of Norway, two European Universities conducted the inclusive education assessment: Hedmark University of Norway and the British University of Northampton. The conference used an objective, evidence-based presentation of the results, which is the best platform to reflect on the future planning.
Norway is on the most crucial and extraordinary partners in implementing the inclusive education in Georgia, and with their active support, an implementation of inclusive education on the general education level has already started.