​A new interactive map from SciDevNet shows the percentages and ratio of disabled and non-disabled children in school across 29 countries.​
Disabled children are commonly believed to be largely excluded from school in developing countries, but SciDevNet's​ new study shows that the difference between disabled and non-disabled children’s attendance is lower than expected.

The findings should shift development sector debates away from a focus on merely getting disabled children into school and encourage greater consideration of the quality of education disabled children get.