INNOTECH shares RBE research during the ICSE 2017
Dr. Sherlyne Almonte-Acosta, Senior Specialist of the Educational Research Unit of SEAMEO INNOTECH presented the Center’s Scoping Study into Human Rights-Based Approaches to Education in Southeast Asia during the 2nd International Conference on Special Education: Access and Engagement (ICSE 2017), held from 31 July to 2 August in Sarawak, Malaysia.
ICSE 2017 aims to provide a platform for discussion and knowledge sharing of best practices in teaching and learning of children with special educational needs. The conference also aims to provide information on the recent trends in Special Education and Inclusive Education. SEAMEO INNOTECH’s research, Scoping Study into Human Rights-Based Approaches to Education in Southeast Asia, highlights the practices and innovations of the different Southeast Asian countries in pursuit of achieving access to quality basic education. The study also tackles policies, programs, and projects that the countries implements to make education available, accessible, acceptable, and adaptable.
(Read and download the publication here)
The 2nd International Conference on Special Education: Access and Engagement (ICSE 2017) is organized by SEAMEO INNOTECH’s sister organization, SEAMEO SEN or the Regional Center for Special Education.