It is the global trend in education to include students with special needs in ordinary schools. Recently, the British are promoting the use of a whole school approach to inclusion using a special programme, the “Index to Inclusive Education”. This paper discusses the issues in the implementation of inclusive education in Macao and Hong Kong SAR schools, explains the aims of the Index and the stages of implementation and the need to develop inclusive schools. Copyright © 2003 University of Macau.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of reform and initiatives in teaching and learning|
|Place of Publication||Macao|
|Publisher||University of Macau|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
CitationHui, M. L. H. (2003). Supporting students with special needs in inclusive schools. In 梁成安 (Ed.), Conference proceedings of reform and initiatives in teaching and learning (pp. 344-351). Macao: University of Macau.
- Supporting students with special needs in inclusive schools
- Special needs
- Whole school approach
- Inclusive schools
- Inclusive education
- Index to inclusive education