An empirical study on primary school teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Kurniawati, Farida; Minnaert, A.E.M.G.; Mangunsong, F.; Ahmed, W.;
(2012)
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    mesheuropmc: education

Empirical research revealed that teachers’ attitudes play a crucial role in successful implementation of inclusive education. This study aimed to examine primary school teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive education in Jakarta, Indonesia. Respondents completed the atti... View more
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