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The Troubled Relationship Between Schools and Parents of Excluded Children

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Part of the IBE on Curriculum, Learning, and Assessment book series (ICLA)

Abstract

The researchers McDonald and Thomas (2003) wrote that “the human tragedy of exclusion is not confined to the student” (p. 118). And, indeed, the relationship between teachers and parents of excluded children is one of the greatest challenges facing inclusive education worldwide (Epstein, 2009; Olivos & Mendoza, 2010).

Keywords

Behavior Problem Social Exclusion School Principal Implicit Attitude Inclusive Education 
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