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Students with Disabilities in China

Posted on April 18, 2019


In China, as in other parts of the world, there are often prejudicial attitudes towards individuals with various physical, emotional or learning challenges. Due to these beliefs, inadequate medical care and stigmatization often remain a common problem. The national government has established laws protecting the rights of those experiencing disabilities, but there is slow progress in regard to development of practices, care and perception for these groups.

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