Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout
Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout

Education

Letters | Covid is hurting education: don’t leave kids with disabilities behind

  • A Unesco report shows 40 per cent of lower income countries did not support students with disabilities during temporary school shutdowns caused by the pandemic
  • When disabled children do not have access to opportunities, the world is being denied people who have enormous strength as a result of the challenges they have overcome

Topic |   Education
Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout
Brina Maxino, who did not let Down’s syndrome hold her back, wants to remind governments of their commitments to protecting the right to education for millions of disabled children under Sustainable Development Goal 4. Photo: Handout
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