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Elementary Physical Education Teachers' Attitudes towards the Inclusion of Children with Special Needs: A Qualitative Investigation.

@article{Combs2010ElementaryPE,
  title={Elementary Physical Education Teachers' Attitudes towards the Inclusion of Children with Special Needs: A Qualitative Investigation.},
  author={Sue Combs and Steven Elliott and Kerry Whipple},
  journal={International journal of special education},
  year={2010},
  volume={25},
  pages={114-125}
}
Laws and legislation have resulted in children with special needs being placed in general physical education (GPE) classes with general physical educators. The purpose of this study was twofold; (a) to identify two practicing teachers with positive attitudes towards inclusion of students with mild to moderate disabilities and two teachers with negative attitudes towards inclusion of students with disabilities using Rizzo’s (1993) Physical Education Attitudes Toward Individuals with Disabilities… Expand
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