Teachers' Attitudes Toward Mainstreaming Essay by The Research Group

Teachers' Attitudes Toward Mainstreaming
A look at the concerns of exceptional children and ways to improve teachers' attitudes.
# 20412 | 2,250 words | 17 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in Education (Special)

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Teachers' responses to the Teacher Attitude Toward Equal Education Opportunity For Exceptional Children can be divided into three categories: (1) Responses related to the actual special education services provided by their schools;
(2) Responses related to teachers' views of the traditional arguments provided to support mainstreaming; and (3) Responses related to actual attitudes toward the mainstreaming process. This section of the study presents the findings observed for each of these categories.

Characteristics of Special Education Services Provided by Schools
Teachers were required to respond to several items regarding school services for special education students. These data (crosstabulated by both level of school (elementary, junior high..."

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