Transportation to School for Children with Disabilities – Survey

Americas, News, Transportation, October 29 2015

Access Exchange International in coordination with Missouri State Universtiy are pleased to launch this important survey on transportation needs of children with disabilities in developing countries. People around the world are working hard to provide better education for children  with disabilities, either as part of regular schools or in separate schools just for children with disabilities. Often, transportation is a missing link and many children cannot get to school or center. This survey is to be completed only by the head of your residential, day, resource, inclusive, or training school or center or his or her designee. Your answers and comments will be used to write our guide, Transportation to School for Children with Disabilities, to be published and distributed free of charge before the end of 2016.

This survey has been prepared and copyrighted by Access Exchange International (AEI), San Francisco, USA, in collaboration with Professor Paul Ajuwon of Missouri State University, U.S.A. Missouri State University has approved this study. Professor Paul Ajuwon will also collaborate with interested colleagues to publish outcomes of this research in international, peer reviewed journals. For information on AEI, go to . All the answers and comments you provide will be kept confidential. Please use the link below to access and complete the survey in SurveyMonkey on or before November 24, 2015. You may complete a portion of the survey and return later to finish the rest.

Study participants who provide their full names, phone number, and mailing/postal address on a separate page on completion of the survey in SurveyMonkey will have their names entered for the drawing of prizes. These prizes include: free Amazon Fire tablets and popular ink print books on special education and disability.

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