Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/16967
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2015
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Wong, M. E., Ng, Z. J., & Poon, K. (2015). Supporting inclusive education: Negotiating home-school partnership in Singapore. The International Journal of Special Education, 30(2), 1-12.
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While there has been growing theoretical and policy interest in the areas of home-school partnership and inclusive education, relatively little work has linked the two fields. Where there have been studies, these have focused primarily on parent or school perspective. With inclusive education in its nascent stage in Singapore, this study examines the different roles emerging from home and school as well as factors underpinning this partnership. Data was drawn from interviews with 13 parents and 30 school staff. Our findings indicate that home-school partnership is a work in progress that is continually subject to home and school dynamics. The expectations and perceptions of parents and educators must be taken into consideration if the partnership is to succeed and sustain. Support from the wider community creates a synergy which reinforces home-school partnership and increases the visibility of children with disabilities by turning a private concern into a shared societal issue.
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