Zero Rejection Policy
1.Inclusion generally attracts more families having special children. The non-special children who seek admission are many times those who have a history of failing in all subjects, Attention deficit, dislike for school emotionally depressed etc.
2.Inclusive education means teachers working with students in a context that is suitable to a diverse population of students. It also means the teacher may need alternative expectations and goals for students.
At AVM, we think that each child should be assessed separately and justly. The student must be allowed to choose his/her mode of answering questions and the evaluation must be done in a manner that is fair to the child. Our teachers understand this belief and are well trained to ensure that this objective is met.