A report entitled ‘Assistive technologies for children with disabilities in inclusive and special schools in Indonesia‘ by The World Bank and supported by funding from the Inclusive Education Initiative addresses a knowledge gap around assistive technologies, policy and access.
The report recommends a shift in service delivery models to address quality issues in policy
agenda and implementation. It suggests changes to be made at central, local and school level, including to:
1. Develop regulations and guidelines on the use of and support for AT;
2. Improve the procurement process of AT and expand multi-sectoral collaboration;
3. Develop teacher training on AT and strengthen supporting mechanisms.