The impact of teachers attitudes in the implementation of inclusive education and performance of learners in inclusive settings in Kapcherop Division, Marakwet West District Kenya

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Kampala International University; College of Education Open and Distance Learning
The research addresses issues such as the factors hindering the implementation of inclusive education in primary school in Kapcherop Division within Marakwet West District. The researcher used qualitative method: he opted for this method because it is a matter of describing the data collected using words. The researcher used questionnaires comprising of eight questions. They were taken to three schools in the zone. Three teachers in every school filled the questionnaire to represent the large population. The researcher found that the key factor to hindrance is trained man power, negative attitudes towards learners with special need educations. The researcher concluded that the three quarters of the teacher in the Zone have not been access to inclusive education. He therefore, recommended that there is need to train to teachers per school in the Lone. Create awareness to the general public about the importance of supporting learners with special needs education.
A research report presented to the College of Open Education and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of a Degree of Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education of Kampala International University
Teachers sttitudes, Implementation of inclusive education, Performance of learners in inclusive settings, Marakwet West District, Kenya