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|Other Titles:||The Current and Future of General Education and Special Education in Taiwan －still Integrated or Going toward Inclusion?|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Inclusive education isn't unilateral; it needs to be compatible with conditions found in contemporary politics, economy, society, and culture. In this article, the author criticized the problems of inclusive education from the perspectives ofa trend of educational thought. Then, the author checked the collaboration opportunities found in general education and special education, and suggested strategies and supplementary programs for combining the two systems. The author suggests this course of action in order to raisethe quality of education of all students and also to showing respect for human rights as part of social justice.
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