Special schools for the visually, aurally impaired students

KOTA KINABALU: The Education department (JPN) has provided two special education schools for students with visual and hearing difficulties so far.

Its Director Datuk Jame Alip said that to date, there are a total of 70 special education integrated programme for primary schools and 52 for secondary schools throughout the state to cater the needs of special children education.

He was delivering his speech at JPN Gala Night which was launched by the Head of State wife, Toh Puan Hajah Norlidah Datuk R.M. Jasni at KDCA hall here, on Saturday.

He urged principals, headmaster, teachers and district education officers, parents and non-governmental organisation to work together to realise the aim to provide equal opportunities in education for the special students.

“The Education ministry is very concern towards the need of students with special needs especially education. In line with the Education Development Plan 2013-2025, the government will expand the education access to the students with special needs so that they receive equal rights in education,” he said.

Yesterday, the guests were presented with performances by special students such as singing and dancing. A special student from Tuaran, Mohd Amar Amirulamin Mat Zin who is visually impaired has won the second place for Tilawah Al-Quran, third place in memorising Al-Quran.

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