Ethical Issues in Special Education
to be considered for publication in Academic Exchange Quarterly print edition:
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Steve Pec Editor of Academic Exchange Quarterly
Teachers and relevant professionals are faced daily with moral and ethical dilemmas relating to the inclusion of children with special educational needs. The values and attitudes of professionals and the manner in which they manage the learning of these pupils can raise important issues. In the face of new disability legislation and new understandings of the nature of special educational needs, these professionals are required to adapt their thinking and those underlying theories, which inform their practice.
Studies of a theoretical or empirical nature (including case studies, exploratory or experimental work, the analysis of policy and policy implications) addressing the ethical issues facing teachers and relevant educational professionals involved in managing the learning of children with special educational needs in both primary and secondary education are all welcome.
To be particularly helpful, empirical studies should be explicit when reporting methodologies, in order that others might replicate or extend the original research.
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, and graduate students.   Please identify your submission with keyword: SPECIAL-2