PHENOMENOLOGY OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: ITS POSSIBILITY IN UNDERDEVELOPED ECONOMY
We noticed that people with special needs or disabilities are always isolated if not neglected in teaching and learning. Is this isolation only noticed in developing economy? Is it more of a thing of the developing nations? This paper therefore focused on inclusive education in relations to developing nations. It proffered solution on the way forward. The work maintained that people with special needs or disability in our school system should be considered in everything that concerned teaching and learning. The infrastructures and the teaching equipment should be provided. This will make teaching and learning attractive to them. To tinker on the topic, we employed phenomenological method. Inclusiveness of the special needs students in our school system is an existential issue. Through this method, we discovered that the possibility and functioning of inclusive education is realizable in the developing economy.