Enabling Success of Students with Disabilities on Teacher-training Distance Education programs in Uganda: A comparison of Two Dual Mode Universities
Various universities in Uganda handle students with disabilities using several approaches. In some, access is difficult for student with specific disabilities because of the provisions and practices. Makerere University and Kyambogo University are both public Universities recognized by the National Council for Higher Education and they are two of the thirty one universities in Uganda (NCHE, 2010). They both offer teacher-training DE programs.
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