Interview 22: Debbie O’Neill

I don’t know about you, but when I think about Special Education, in general, I think about 3 options – mainstream, special classes and special schools. However, special schools are not simply a one-size-fits-all solution with lots of different types out there that cater for particular needs. This week I talk to Debbie O’Neill, principal of Scoil Eoin, a school for students with mild general learning disabilities. It is also a type of special school that the Department of Education are trying to close down in the name of so-called inclusion.

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