Exploring the implementation of employment preparation programmes for special needs learners in five integrated secondary schools in Malaysia

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Muniandy, K;
  • Publisher: Oxford: STORIES Conference, 2017
  • Subject: L1
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

Employment Preparation Programmes (EPP) are not part of the Special Education Integrated Programme (SEIP) curriculum in Malaysia, and there is no specific operational guidance provided to schools. As a result, EPPs are currently performed in a non-uniform way. This stud... View more
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