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Konza, D. M. (2005). Curriculum adjustments for students with learning disabilities in mainstream clasrooms.. In A. Pandian, M. Kabilan & S. Kaur (Eds.), Teachers, practices and supportive cultures (pp. 1-11). Serdang Malaysia: Universiti Sains Malaysia.


The stated policies or mission statements of many education systems around the world reflect the widespread realisation that students with learning difficulties and disabilities have both the ability and the right to learn in a normalised environment, and thus include a goal related to helping all students achieve to their potential. Indeed, education is viewed as one of the major ways in which individuals may achieve life goals, as it often holds the key to level of employment and financial security, level of housing and other life opportunities in addition to personal satisfaction and achievement (Allen, 2003; UNESCO, 2001).

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