Demand for inclusive pre-schools in Singapore grows as more are aware of benefits

Senior teacher Lee Wei Ling with a pupil at Kindle Garden. Set up by social service agency Awwa in 2016, it is the first inclusive pre-school here. PHOTO: KINDLE GARDEN
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SINGAPORE - More pre-schools here have been offering children an inclusive education in response to growing demand, since the first inclusive pre-school, Kindle Garden, was set up here in 2016.

They are also stepping up teacher training and recruitment in a bid to meet demand from parents and open more centres.

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