Complete title: COVID-19 and inclusive open and distance learning solutions: a rapid assessment of the development and implementation of inclusive open and distance learning solutions for students with disabilities served by inclusive, special schools and resource centres in Rwanda and Mauritius. Analystical report
This report highlights a very important topic for the world and for society: inclusive education as a significant issue in the context of the global Education 2030 Agenda and special education to safeguard the rights and interests of per-sons with disabilities share a common focus on the equal access to education for students with disabilities among disadvantaged groups. UNESCO has been advocating for the global com-munity to work together to find ways to remove barriers to learning for persons with disabilities and to provide them with appropriate conditions for equal access to education. With technological developments, the inevitable move towards digitalization of education and open and distance learning (ODL) solutions, supported by information and communication technology (ICT), gives impetus, potential, and hope for a more inclusive, equitable, and quality education for students with disabilities.