Author(s)Oksana Oksana Kuchmaeva
children with disabilities
education for children with disabilities
Economics as a science
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AbstractThe aim of this work is the analysis of the development of the education system for children with disabilities in Russia in recent years. The work is based on the analysis implemented in the country programme documents for persons with disabilities, the data of statistical observation in the sphere of education and situation of children with disabilities – to assess the situation in the field of accessibility of educational services for children with disabilities, the author used the data of official statistical reporting, as well as representative surveys conducted by the Rosstat (Federal State Statistics Service). The study allows to conclude that, despite the implementation of the principle of inclusive education and measures of availability of education for children with disabilities, some children with disabilities remain excluded from the education system, primarily due to their condition. There remains a need in educational services so-called correctional institutions. The reform of the education system for children with disabilities requires consideration of the needs of persons with different disabilities. The actual problem is getting the professional education for children with disabilities. There is the extremely small number of institutions that provide the opportunity for the persons with severe disabilities to receive higher education.
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Disability in the Palestinian TerritoriesWorld Bank (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2016-10-18)This assessment originated from the
dialogue on reforming the Cash Transfer Program (CTP)
managed by the Ministry of Social Affairs (MOSA) to increase
monetary support for people with disabilities (PWD).
According to the beneficiaries, the current benefit payment
is not sufficient to address the special needs of a
household with a member with disability. In response to the
demand of the beneficiaries, the MOSA considered additional
compensation for vulnerable households including PWD; an
analysis was conducted to weight the costs and benefits of
modifying the targeting formula to accommodate additional
compensation for PWD. The results did not support increasing
the monetary compensation because the costs of adjustment
were expected to outweigh the benefits and do so at the
expense of larger number of poor beneficiaries. Furthermore,
global evidence suggests that cash transfers are not
necessarily the sole or right instrument to address the
needs of PWD in an adequate manner. Rather, meeting the
needs requires a holistic approach with greater focus on
providing services complemented by temporary cash benefits.
Also, compensating only by cash is not sustainable.
Supporting Career Development and Employment: Benefits Planning, Assistance and Outreach (BPA&O) and Protection and Advocacy for Beneficiaries of Social Security (PABSS)Golden, Thomas P.; O’Mara, Susan; Ferrell, Connie; Sheldon, James R.; Miller, Lucy Axton (DigitalCommons@ILR, 2005-01-01)This training curriculum is dedicated to increasing knowledge and understanding of the Social Security Administration's disability and return to work programs and work incentive provisions as prescribed in the Social Security Act and Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999 as well as other federal benefit programs. These informational resources were compiled and edited to provide continuing education and print materials for benefits specialists and protection and advocacy personnel on the interplay of these benefit programs and impact or employment.
Universal Access-NY User’s GuideBrewer, David (DigitalCommons@ILR, 2005-01-01)What is Universal Access-NY? Universal Access-NY is a complete online planning toolkit, www.UniversalAccessNY.org, where a One-Stop Delivery System can assess its practices, and develop work plans to improve physical and programmatic accessibility for all One-Stop customers. This web site and manual was developed by Cornell University’s Employment and Disability Institute, through the support and guidance of the New York State Department of Labor, with funding from two U.S. Department of Labor Work Incentive Grants (WIG 1 and 2). This web site was designed for use in a collaborative manner, bringing together One-Stop personnel, agency partners, business leaders and customers with disabilities. Universal Access-NY supports continuous improvement, with features that encourage multiple uses and incremental systems change.