The introduction of Universal Secondary Education (USE) in Dominica some 15 years ago has given rise to inclusive education in the country’s secondary school system. Although there is no legislation to govern or regulate inclusive based practices, the Ministry of Education in Dominica is encouraging secondary school administrations to put measures in place to facilitate inclusion. One of the major questions that remain is: Are schools prepared to meet the challenges of inclusion in the regular classroom? This survey seeks to answer this and other questions by eliciting teachers’ perception on inclusive education practices in Dominica.
"Facilitating successful inclusion at secondary schools in Dominica: A study of teachers’ perspectives,"
LC Journal of Special Education: Vol. 6, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalshowcase.lynchburg.edu/lc-journal-of-special-education/vol6/iss1/7