An Analysis of Inclusive Education: A Study on the Relationship between Teachers and Students
Keywords:Inclusive Education, Special Educational Needs, Students, Teachers
Inclusive education aims to provide all students with access to a high-quality education. It promotes equal opportunities and ensures that every student, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. Inclusive education strives to break down barriers and provide equitable opportunity for everyone, regardless of background or circumstance. The goal of this study is to look at the impact of inclusive education on academic success and social inclusion. It involves making sure that teaching, curriculum, classrooms, play areas, and transportation are all accessible. This study aimed to investigate the attitudes and values regarding IE among students and teachers in Sindh, Pakistan. A questionnaire was designed for data collection, which included items on socio-demographic characteristics and measuring instruments. An online survey was conducted in a higher education institute where both teachers and students were offered to participate anonymously. A total of 107 teachers and 91 students participated in the survey. The survey results indicated that both teachers and students.
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