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TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS ON WHAT INCLUSION NEEDS

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A decade has passed since the equal right of all children to quality education regardless of their mental or physical abilities was declared by the Education Law (Izglitibas likums, 1998). During that interlude, the Latvian educational system went through a period of tremendous change from total segregation of children with special needs in special schools to so-called 'correction' classes in general schools, then to the special classes in general schools and finally to inclusion of special needs children in regular classrooms. Thus, the idea of inclusive education has been developed and implemented in various forms, which causes people to have a different understanding of what inclusive education means and impedes children with special needs from learning together with their peers in general classrooms. This article reflects on the findings of a qualitative study that was designed and conducted to investigate different perceptions of pre-school and primary school teachers on the preconditions for inclusive education.
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  • Zenija Berzina, Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, LT 5400 Latvia
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