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Aims of Special Education:

Aims of Special Education Promote access, equity and participation of children with special needs education in the mainstream of basic education. Improve the quality, relevance and efficiency of special education in schools and communities. Sustain SPED programs and services in the country.

Vision for Children with Special Needs:

Vision for Children with Special Needs By 21 st century, it is envisioned that he/she could be adequately provided with basic education. It is also envisioned that the child with special needs will get full parental and community support for his/her education without discrimination of any kind.

Policy, Goal, and Objectives of Special Education:

Policy, Goal, and Objectives of Special Education Policy – Inclusive Education for All is adopted in the Philippines t accelerate access to education among children and youth with special needs. Goal – to provide children with special needs appropriate educational services within the mainstream of basic education.

Aims of Special Education:

Aims of Special Education Provide a flexible and individualized support system for children and youth with special needs in a regular class environment in schools nearest the students’ home. Provide support services, vocational programs and work training, employment opportunities for efficient community participation and independent living.

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Implement a life-long curriculum to include early intervention and parent education, basic education and transition programs on vocational training or preparation for college. Make available an array of educational programs and services.

The Legal Bases of Special Education:

The Legal Bases of Special Education Articles 356 and 259 of Commonwealth Act No. 3203 asserted “the right of every child to live in an atmosphere conducive to his physical, moral, and intellectual development” and the concomitant duty of the government “to promote the full growth of the faculties of every child.” (1935)

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Republic Act No. 3562 – An Act to promote the education of the blind in the Philippines. (June 21, 1963) Republic Act No . 5250 – An Act establishing a ten-year teacher training program for teachers of special and exceptional children was signed into law in 1968. The 1973 Constitution of the Philippines Section 8, Article XV the provision of “a complete, adequate and integrated system of education relevant to the goals of national development.

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In 1975, President Decree No. 603, also known as the Child and Youth Welfare Code was enacted. Article 3 on the Rights of the Child – the emotionally disturbed or socially maladjusted child shall be treated with sympathy and understanding and shall be given the education and care required depending on his/her condition. Article 74 – provides for the creation of special classes.

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In 1978, Presidential Decree No. 1509 – created the National Commission Concerning Disabled Persons (NCCDP). It was renamed as National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP). The Education Act of 1982 or Batas Pambansa Bilang 232 states that “the state shall promote the right of every individual to relevant quality education regardless of sex, age, breed, socioeconomic status, physical and mental condition, social and ethnic origin, political and other affiliations.

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Section 24 – “Special Education Service” In 1983, Batas Pambansa Bilang 344 was enacted – “An Act to Enhance the Mobility of Disabled Persons “ – requires cars, buildings, institutions, establishments and public utilities to install facilities and other devices for persons with disabilities. In 1989, R.A. No. 6759 was enacted. The Law declared August 1 of each year as “White Cane Safety Day in the Philippines. “Blind persons se the cane in travelling.

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In1992, R.A. N. 7610 was enacted – “An Act providing for strong deterrence and special protection against child abuse, exploitation and discrimination, providing penalties for its violation and other purposes. In the year 2000, Presidential Proclamation No. 361set new dates for the National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week Celebration on the third week of July every year which shall culminate on the birth date of the Sublime Paralytic Apolinario Mabini .

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Republic Act No. 9288 otherwise known as “The Newborn Screening Act of 2004.”

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