Attitudes of Secondary School Principals Toward Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in General Education Classes
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Doctor of Education in Education Administration (Ed.D.)
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Dissertation (open access)
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Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development
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The researcher's purpose of this study was to recognize perceptions of principals toward inclusion of students with disabilities in general education classrooms in secondary schools in the state of Georgia. The researcher administered to 405 with e-mail address of the 448 principals of public high schools in Georgia a modified Principals and Inclusion Survey (2000) developed by Dr. Cindy L Praisner. Returned surveys included 102 principals' complete portions of the survey with 98 completing all portion of the survey. Data gathered with this survey were used to determine the current perceptions of secondary school principals related to their experience, attitude, and impact toward inclusion in Georgia. The survey results showed Georgia secondary principals reported a positive attitude toward inclusion of students with disabilities.
Smith, Charles Watson, "Attitudes of Secondary School Principals Toward Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in General Education Classes" (2011). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 368.
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