Special Needs Education In Haiti an examination on the necessity of supplemental techniques in the classroom

A regular classroom in Haiti, this environment is not conducive of student acceleration due to teacher student ratio.

Teachers should spent one on one time with students.

This is my brother Ricky who is a student at a special needs school in Haiti

Ricky has a learning disability and he lives in Haiti. He currently fourteen years old and barely knows how to read and write.

Through a more affermative learning environment students with special needs they will be more successful not only in their education but beyond in the work and social environments.

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Created with images by hoyasmeg - "Pre-K Class_4857" • hoyasmeg - "Multiplication table_4889" • Offutt Air Force Base - "120712-F-XV591-002" • DFAT photo library - "A teacher helps students with an activity during class at the Maamatoa Kindergarten in Vaololoa a suburb of the capital Nukuʻalofa." • Moving Mountains Trust - "Teaching one to one with special needs child" • Moving Mountains Trust - "Happy Urban Primary children" • Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) - "FMSC Distribution Partner - Haiti"

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