|dc.description.abstract||Before independence, special education was provided by the voluntary agencies which concentrated on three areas of special needs including visual, hearing and physically handicapped. This clearly meant that quite a number of people with special needs of education which could not be seen by an ordinary eye would be left out.
The view of the world is that all children regardless of individual differences have the right to education, of interest to our country Zambia was the Salamanca World Conference in Spain. The conference advocated for the accommodation of all children regardless of their physical, intellectual, emotional, social linguistic or other conditions which calls for special attention.
However, there are a few problems affecting school children with special abilities and these includes, erratic funding, limited infrastructure, the availability of infrastructure required for the student with disabilities.
The study was conducted in one province, one district and only two selected schools of Kitwe urban in Zambia.
The study of this research aimed at collecting information from respondents on their opinions in relation to the performance of the selected schools.
The research data shall be collected by using primary and secondary methods in order to identify the challenges facing students with disabilities in two schools in Kitwe. The data collected was generally based on children with disabilities, the challenges facing children with disabilities in the two schools of Kitwe||en