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<b>The Beginning of Integrated Education for Blind Pupils </b><b>and its Supporting Factors in England, 1980s </b>

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  • <b>1980</b><b>年代イギリスにおける盲児童生徒のインテグレーションの始動とその条件 </b>
  • 1980年代イギリスにおける盲児童生徒のインテグレーションの始動とその条件
  • 1980ネンダイ イギリス ニ オケル モウ ジドウ セイト ノ インテグレーション ノ シドウ ト ソノ ジョウケン

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<p>Behind the integrated education for the blind in the 1980s, there were a number of factors which came together at the same time in a mutually complementary form. First, with the establishment of Education Act 1981, changes in the minds of parents, LEAs and school teachers were seen. Secondly, unit based support and peripatetic support became equipped with more human resources available to support blind pupils. Thirdly, teacher training programs and books designed to inform and assist LEAs and teachers became available through charity organizations and research institutions.</p>

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