The practice and critical issues on inclusive education in Hong Kong
- The practice and critical issues on inclusive education in Hong Kong
- Asia-Pacific Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 2(1), 54-61, 2015
- Hong Kong
- 1997.7 onwards
- Integrated education is linked to a process of placing students with special education needs in ordinary schools. The aim of inclusive education is to provide high quality learning opportunities for students with different educational needs. Development in every region has experienced different stages and areas of concerns, and covered service targets with different types of specific needs. In the development process, the government will base on the current needs and formulate relevant regulations and ordinances to steer the implementation. Inclusion education is one of the essential tasks in school reform as observed in overseas countries. The government is expected to advocate inclusion proactively, deploy the necessary resource and encourage collaboration. Copyright © 2015 Asian Journal Center, Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities.
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