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Title: Japanese Association of Special Education 2009 Annual Meeting Joint Workshop With Utsunomiya University Part Ι: Current Situation and Possibilities of Inclusive Education in East Asia: Development of Inclusive Education in Taiwan
Authors: Hsia-Mei, Ho
Contributors: 特殊教育學系
Keywords: Inclusive Education;Special Education;Taiwan;Children with Disabilities
Date: 2010
Issue Date: 2011-12-02T08:24:57Z
Abstract: In the 21st century, inclusive education has become a main educational system in Taiwan for children with disabilities. As many East Asian countries have noticed, understanding the background and administration of inclusive education is indispensable for grasping its future direction. The present article summarizes the developement of inclusive education and describes its impacts on the number of children with disabilities receiving schooling in special and regular schools in Taiwan.
Relation: The Japanese Journal of Special Education, 47(6):509-513
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