Attitudes of regular primary school teachers towards inclusive education in Kamenu zone, Thika municipality

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Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
This research paper aimed at investigating the attitudes of regular primary school teachers towards inclusive education. It was carried out in selected schools of Kamenu zone in Kenya East Africa. It is made up of a total of five chapters. Chapter one is introduction. It gives an insight into a background of the topic thus attitudes of regular teachers towards inclusive education. It also looks into the theory, objectives, statement of the problem, purpose, research questions and significance of the study. Chapter two is literature review. It gives a thorough analysis of different ideas of authors who wrote about attitudes of regular primary school teachers towards inclusive education. It also highlights the gap in knowledge. Chapter three is research methodology. It tackles the design, environment, respondents, instruments, data collection procedures and statistical treatment of data. It specifies how data was collected and analyzed to come up with conclusions. Chapter four is data presentation and analysis. It deals with the analysis and interpretation of data collected from the field and specifies respondents, views about the subject in question. Chapter five deals with discussions and recommendations. It is the last chapter of this research paper. Here the researcher made his own discussions, conclusions and recommendations based on his perception.
A Research Project Submitted to the Institute of Open and Distance Learning in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Education Degree in Special Needs Education Kampala International University
Attitudes, Primary school teachers, Education, Kamenu zone, Thika municipality