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Title: 
A comparison of Australian and Singaporean pre-service teachers' attitudes and concerns about inclusive education
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2003
Citation: 
Teaching and Learning, 24(2), 207-217
Abstract: 
A survey of 91 pre-service teachers from Australia and Singapore was conducted to investigate their attitudes and concerns about implementing inclusive education in regular schools. Results indicated that Australian pre-service teachers were more in favour of including students with disabilities into the regular school compared to their Singaporean counterparts. The findings suggested that the pre-service teachers' beliefs may be significantly influenced by prevailing policies in the county.
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0129-7112
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