LDS values inclusive education

LDS is firmly rooted in the philosophy that Inclusive learning lies at the heart of effective education. Based on the fundamental principle that no two learners are alike, inclusive education refers to the way in which the educational community supports and addresses the individual needs of each learner, whatever they may be.

In the context of diversity and equity, some learners may experience barriers to learning and at LDS, we work towards empowering our learners by reducing these barriers and enabling them to access their learning journey.

Regardless of their strengths and needs, at LDS, we believe all learners have the right to an effective and meaningful educational experience and aim toward the inclusion and empowerment of all learners. Improving the quality of inclusion within our educational system improves education for all, and we recognize that though this paradigm shift is still being sketched, it is the initial step towards creating a well-established and cohesive community.

If you have ideas and feedback on how we can continue to improve our inclusive education practices, please reach out by email, phone or drop by.

– Abigail Lobo, Senior Manager, Education

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