Project Inclusion

Building inclusivity in classrooms

Making inclusive classrooms a reality

When we saw there were only 0.12 million registered special educators in India for 8 million children with a physical, neurological, or sensory disability, we asked: How can we fill the gap and enable these children to thrive in the mainstream?

The answer was Project Inclusion. An initiative to make all classrooms inclusive, so no child is left behind. How? By empowering regular teachers in government schools (along with special educators) to support children with visible and invisible disabilities. 

Our Reach

For the year ended Mar 31, 2024

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Our Approach to Inclusivity

Inclusive environment in the classrooms begins by understanding, identifying, and acknowledging the unique needs of the learners. Project Inclusion enables teachers to ‘screen’ students for any special needs and ‘support’ their learning with appropriate classroom strategies. It is a three-phase approach:

Phase 1: Sensitisation

Through audio-visual and multilingual content, teachers are oriented to grasp the challenges faced by children with NDD, and equipped with learning the tools to identify and support such students.

Phase 2: Identifying Unique Needs

Using PI tools developed by experts, teachers identify students at risk of a disability (as recognized by the RPWD Act) and, create tailored classroom strategies to offer them support in an inclusive classroom.

Phase 3: Tailored Intervention

With guidance from PI mentors, teachers share case studies of students and select those that require focused attention. To meet their diverse needs, teachers then receive tailored education plans to improve learners’ behaviour and academic performance.

Our Interventions

Project Inclusion App

Project Inclusion app offers teachers myriad tools to improve their classroom inclusion strategies. 

Online training through Learning Management System (LMS)

LMS is the platform for online self-paced training on inclusive education and state policies including module assessments.

Physical Centers for Excellence

Physical spaces that serve as hubs for providing learner intervention and developing teaching pedagogy, facilitating best practices that foster inclusion.    

The comprehensive teachers training

Offers training with PI experts with Q&A opportunities and other learning resources.

Our Impact

As reported by a research study conducted by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) and MAZARS Advisory LLP.
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Project Inclusion Evaluation Report (PDF, 1.4 Mb, 33 Pages )
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