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    Default Should children with special needs be educated in a main****** school?

    Hi I am currently undertaking Stage 2 Child Studies in year 12. As part of our course we must select an issue to research and write an investigation on. It would be a great help and much appreciated if you could fill out this survey..
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    It is designed for parents of special needs children and all responses are completely anonymous.
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    I took a look at the survey and I feel it should also include answers from parents of "regular" kids as well. It is the parents of main****** kids that either make or break special needs kids main****** school experience, not so much the special needs parents.

    I for one am all for it because of the tolerance and understanding it encourages among the students, but I do know of others who have kicked up big stinks effectively forcing some special needs kids out of main******.

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