Inclusive Education South Africa is a registered non-profit organisation. It has promoted and supported inclusive education practices in South Africa since 1995.
We believe that an inclusive education system is one that acknowledges the diversity of its learner population – differences in learning styles, needs and objectives – and which is sufficiently flexible, supportive and co-operative to accommodate the diversity. It is a system that truly recognises and responds to the fact that we all have strengths and weaknesses, and might experience barriers to effective learning at times.
Our primary aim is to promote and support the development of more inclusive practices in ordinary pre-schools and schools and to foster increased support of children with learning difficulties, disabilities or other special needs.
Latest News – Robyn Beere, Director of IESA featured on The Koketso Sachane Show
This week our director, Robyn Beere, shared some of the findings from the UNCRPD report around the issue of 590 000 children who were out of school in 2015.
Click Here for the interview