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According to Their Peers: Inclusion as High School Students See It

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This article examines research conducted into the perspectives on inclusive education held by 257 high school students attending an inclusive high school and who themselves had no disability. The results indicate that these students were supportive of inclusive education and recommended the practice. The students also provided opinions, reflections, and insights that indicated the value that inclusive experiences had had on their interpersonal skills and attitudes. Keywords: Education, School Age, Inclusion

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Fisher, D
Mental Retardation, Vol. 37, No. 6, pp.458-467
American Assn on Mental Retardation
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Education, School age, Inclusion
United States

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