Special Needs is an umbrella term under which array of learning difficulties can be clubbed. These learning difficulties may range from mild to profound degree related to physical ailments, terminal illness or developmental delays in children. Educational policy planners have framed policies to facilitate learning for Special Need Children (SNC). Central Board of Secondary Education, national board for the secondary education in India has also come up with many bylaws and rules for educating SNC. Though Policy is there but due to lack of proper intervention policy benefit do not reach the desired target group. In this paper provisions for dyslexic children and their implementation status is discussed. Quality of policy and its proper intervention is the key to quality of education for all.
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Dr. Veera Gupta
Department of Educational Policy
National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA)
17 B Sri Aurobindo Marg
Ph: 09868280240 (M)