Educator: Japan offers split vision for those with special needs

06/25/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Japan's special-education system often separates students with disabilities from others and has policies that vary between school systems, writes special educator Samuel Jordan. But Japan's leaders seem to embrace students and adults with special needs as a valuable part of the community, he writes.

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