The Inclusion of a Pupil with Asperger Syndrome in a Mainstream Primary School
Keywords:Asperger Syndrome, Inclusion, Mainstream, Primary School
This article describes a research project carried out to determine if the curricular and social needs of a pupil with Asperger syndrome could be met through inclusion in a mainstream primary school. Results of the study indicate that the young boy, who is the focus of this research, is not attaining all of his curricular goals and that appropriate social functioning within the mainstream setting presents serious difficulties for him. Names have been changed to protect the identity of the participants.
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