Starting from this year, children with moderate to severe special needs have to attend a government-funded school under the Compulsory Education Act, unless they apply for an exemption. How have students with special needs been coping in mainstream schools? What are the options for those in special education schools after they graduate? The Sunday Times examines the issue.
Two years ago, Mrs J. Liu packed her bags and moved with her two children to Manila.
She gave up a successful career running a recruitment agency, and lives apart from her husband, who remained in Singapore and works in the banking industry.
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 26, 2019, with the headline 'Do more to support special needs kids in schools, say parents'. Print Edition | Subscribe
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