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Indicator Discrimination Participation Accountability Source

A4.4.1. 

Children with disabilities enrolled in mainstream schools (by disability)

by primary/ secondary/ tertiary level

by gender

by region

by rural/urban

by minority

by income

    Article 24 (2), CRPD.

A4.4.2.

Are reasonable accommodation measures available for children with disabilities in mainstream schools?

by primary/ secondary/ tertiary level

by region

by rural/urban

    Article 24 (2) (c) and (5), CRPD.

A4.4.3.

% Teachers in mainstream schools trained in: Braille/sign language, other formats of communication/Total number of teachers

by primary/ secondary/ tertiary level

by region

by rural/urban

    Article 24 (4), CRDP. Linked to: Qualification of teachers (Acceptability).

A4.4.4.

Do teachers in mainstream schools receive special support? Do their working conditions (eg. number of hours, teacher/pupil ratio) allow them to help children with diabilities to integrate into classes? (indicator proposed by Bill)

by primary/ secondary/ tertiary level

by region

by rural/urban

 

Is a monitoring body controlling whether schools meet the conditions for sending children to special schools? Can parents and children complain about decisions to send their children to these schools before an independent body?

Article 24 (4), CRDP. Linked to: Qualification of teachers (Acceptability).

A4.4.5.

% children with diabilities enrolled in special schools (by disability)

by primary/ secondary/ tertiary level

by region

by rural/urban

    Article 24 (2), CRPD.

A4.4.6.

Are strict conditions set for sending children to special schools?

     

Article 24 (2), CRPD.

A4.4.7.

Tuition fees for special schools

 

by primary/ secondary level

by region

by rural/urban

by public/private

 

Does the monitoring body control whether minimum educational standards are met and that education conforms with human rights standards in special schools? Is there an accreditation system? % Special schools outside the formal regulatory system?

Article 13 (2), ICESCR; Article 28 (1), CRC; Article 12 (2) (b), Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. Linked to: Economic obstacles (Accessibility).

A4.4.8.

Indirect costs for special schooling: special teaching material, coaching classes, extra teachers, other

by primary/ secondary level

by region

by rural/urban

by public/private

    Article 13 (2), ICESCR; Article 28 (1), CRC; Article 17 (2), (Revised) European Social Charter; Article 13 (3), Protocol of San Salvador; Article 11 (3), African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child. Linked to: Economic obstacles (Accessibility).

A4.4.9.

% Household expenditure on special education

by primary/ secondary level

by region

by public/ private

    Article 13 (2), ICESCR; Article 28 (1), CRC; Article 12 (2) (b), Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. Linked to: Economic obstacles (Accessibility).

A4.4.10.

Are subsidies available for parents of children with diabilities?

by primary/ secondary level

by income

    Article 13 (2), ICESCR; Article 28 (1), CRC; Article 12 (2) (b), Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa. Linked to: Economic obstacles (Accessibility).

A4.4.11.

Is educational and vocational information and guidance given to children with disabilities?

by region     Article 28 (1) (d), CRC; Linked to: Educational and vocational information and guidance (Availability).