A Quarter Century of Inclusive Education for Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Ontario: Public Perceptions.

@inproceedings{Burge2008AQC,
  title={A Quarter Century of Inclusive Education for Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Ontario: Public Perceptions.},
  author={Philip Ian Burge},
  year={2008}
}
Understanding the views of the public is an important factor in developing and evaluating policy on inclusive education. This article presents the results of an opinion poll conducted by an alliance of researchers and community partners to measure public perceptions regarding inclusive education of students with an intellectual disability, the related impacts, and obstacles to expansion. Participants were 680 adults across a large region of Ontario. Respondents held divergent views about the… CONTINUE READING

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