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|Other Titles:||Combining Charter School and Special Education Function: A Proposal|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The reduction in Taiwan’s birth rates results in unoccupied space, surplus teachers and idle facilities on campuses throughout the nation. Perhaps policymakers should ponder if there exists a necessity for establishing stand-alone special education schools. We could think of expanding resources in existing special education schools in order to serve more students with special needs. The feasible approach is to having regular schools to offer special education. Charter schools and special education schools have the same goals and they can be combined into charter schools with special education available on campus. Charter schools with special education courses can take into account the interests of general students as well as students with special needs, the values of education, and better use of resource and active usage of existing space in schools.
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