Brilliant disabled boy refused from school

WHEN the Michaelmas term starts tomorrow wheelchair-bound Jevan Wright won’t be going off to high school despite successfully attaining a space based on his performance in the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT).
Jevan, now 13, was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy — a degenerative muscle disease — at age six. It has rendered him unable to walk and, while he can write with an effort, he is entirely reliant on the help of others

Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/Disabled-boy-aces-GSAT–but-high-school-place-not-secure_12371220#ixzz2QsjuhYZO

We as society needs to wake up and realize that children are the future of tommorow, its not their fault why they were born that way and should be treated fairly and given a chance in life. these children have alot to offer, if we just give them a chance.

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