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Future pedagogues’ attitudes and knowledge about inclusive education in Spain: An exploratory study

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This article analyses the attitudes and knowledge about inclusive education among students reading Pedagogy at the University of Valencia and how these are influenced by participants’ age, gender, and which academic programme or year of study they are in. This research comprises a sample of 182 students from the degree’s four year groups, which guarantee a representativeness of 95%. The principal results indicate that attitudes towards inclusive education among students reading Pedagogy are highly positive. However, they consider the training received insufficient. Regarding the participants of the study, the analysis shows that attitudes towards inclusive education are directly related to age, while gender has no influence over students’ attitudes.

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Mengual-Andrés, S., López-Torrijo, M., & Viana-Orta, M. I. (2015). Future pedagogues’ attitudes and knowledge about inclusive education in Spain: An exploratory study. Review of European Studies, 7(11), 103–114. https://doi.org/10.5539/res.v7n11p103

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