Edited by W. J. Morgan, Qing Gu and Fengliang Li
Chapter 13: Special and inclusive education
The chapter provides a comprehensive examination of the development of special and inclusive education. It draws upon detailed analyses of the conditions for the development of an inclusive system, and provides convincing evidence that China has made great strides towards providing enhanced educational opportunities for its disabled population through state-led initiatives and policy making. It concludes, however, that multi-level and multi-form barriers remain to be overcome.
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