Mainstream Children’s Attitudes Towards Integration With The Disabled In Zimbabwe’s Secondary Schools
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Five hundred pupils (250 males and 250 females) aged about 16 years and attending third form classes in regular urban and rural secondary schools throughout Zimbabwe responded to a questionnaire based on their attitudes towards being integrated with disabled students. Percentages were used in analyzing the data and results showed more positive attitudes towards integration with the disabled than negative ones. A t-test (p< 0.1) to determine whether or not there were differences in attitude between males and females was also conducted. There was no significant difference observed. Recommendations for future research are made.