Literacy class for children with disabilities - Narrow The Gap Community Program
1. Initiative proposal:
In 2015, the Association organized a survey on families of CWD in Cu Chi district, the preliminary results showed that 56 children with disabilities were still able to learn but only 8 children went to integrated schools. The remaining 14% are illiterate 48, reaching 86%.
Organizing a literacy class at a public primary school near their home is a necessary solution to help them acquire basic knowledge such as reading, writing, and understanding Vietnamese to integrate in society.
After one year of class operation, a Parent Representative Committee is established and is responsible for managing the classroom, working together with the Association's Executive Committee in supporting, caring for, and educating children with disabilities in the future.
2: Project goals:
50% increase in literacy for disabled children, have the ability to read and write, recognize letters, and can do simple math addition and subtraction in grade 1.
A primary school curriculum is suitable for children with disabilities with 4 different types of disabilities: hearing loss, cerebral palsy, Downs syndrome, dementia, in addition to helping children enjoy school and diligence in learning.
Parents are more concerned with their child's learning than neglect and 28 to 50 parents contribute ideas to the classroom activities at monthly meetings.
A Parent Representative Board was established, step by step operating in parallel with the Association in the future.
With the support and participation of the People's Committees of Tan Thanh Tay, Hoa Phu, Trung An communes. The administrators and teachers of Tan Thanh Tay Primary School aim to remove barriers in admitting children with disabilities to integrated education in public schools.

4. Expectation outcomes/changes:
There are 28 children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, deaf, dementia. Being able to read and write, or recognize the letters of Vietnamese book 1 from Lesson 1 to Lesson 27, and perform Math exercises 1 from lessons 1 to 29 when participating in classes for children with disabilities. After a year of the project, the operation was established, the Parent Representative Board will join the classroom management association in the future.
1. Initiative proposal:
In 2015, the Association organized a survey on families of CWD in Cu Chi district, the preliminary results showed that 56 children with disabilities were still able to learn but only 8 children went to integrated schools. The remaining 14% are illiterate 48, reaching 86%.
Organizing a literacy class at a public primary school near their home is a necessary solution to help them acquire basic knowledge such as reading, writing, and understanding Vietnamese to integrate in society.
After one year of class operation, a Parent Representative Committee is established and is responsible for managing the classroom, working together with the Association's Executive Committee in supporting, caring for, and educating children with disabilities in the future.
2: Project goals:
50% increase in literacy for disabled children, have the ability to read and write, recognize letters, and can do simple math addition and subtraction in grade 1.
A primary school curriculum is suitable for children with disabilities with 4 different types of disabilities: hearing loss, cerebral palsy, Downs syndrome, dementia, in addition to helping children enjoy school and diligence in learning.
Parents are more concerned with their child's learning than neglect and 28 to 50 parents contribute ideas to the classroom activities at monthly meetings.
A Parent Representative Board was established, step by step operating in parallel with the Association in the future.
With the support and participation of the People's Committees of Tan Thanh Tay, Hoa Phu, Trung An communes. The administrators and teachers of Tan Thanh Tay Primary School aim to remove barriers in admitting children with disabilities to integrated education in public schools.

4. Expectation outcomes/changes:
There are 28 children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, deaf, dementia. Being able to read and write, or recognize the letters of Vietnamese book 1 from Lesson 1 to Lesson 27, and perform Math exercises 1 from lessons 1 to 29 when participating in classes for children with disabilities. After a year of the project, the operation was established, the Parent Representative Board will join the classroom management association in the future.

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