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'I don't have time to be this busy.' Exploring the concerns of secondary school teachers towards inclusive education

P. N. Round, P. K. Subban, U. Sharma,

Academic Literature

2016

The trend towards inclusion in mainstream Australian schools has seen the numbers of students with disabilities educated in regular schools grow significantly. This trend has been supported by legislation such as the Disability Discrimination Act and the Education Standards. For inclusion to be successful, a number of factors are vital and teacher support for the programme is crucial. While there is research in the area of teachers' concerns at the primary school level, little research has been conducted at the secondary school level. Research in this area is needed as the secondary school has differing factors from the primary sector that need to be explored. © 2015 Taylor & Francis.

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Journal/Publication : International Journal of Inclusive Education

Domain/s: Education

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