Disabled children are particularly vulnerable. They are often neglected by their parents due to traditions, beliefs or economic hardship. Children with disabilities are still sometimes accused of bringing bad luck, and are excluded from their community. In the worst cases, they are chased out with their mothers, or even killed. Access to education for children with disabilities is difficult and unsuited to their needs. One way to remedy this is to generalize inclusive education, giving children with disabilities the same learning opportunities within the school system as other children. The inclusive approach encourages students, schools and their staff to be ready to accommodate a disabled child.