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This paper aims to analyse the strengths and challenges of collaborative working in the policy and practice of special and inclusive education in the English context and evaluate the feasibility of implementing closer collaborative working relationships in the Malaysian context for better provision of special and inclusive education to learners with special educational needs. Though challenging, collaboration, when implemented with effective communication, can play a significant role in shaping the development of special and inclusive education in Malaysia.
COLLABORATION AS GOOD POLICY AND PRACTICE IN ENGLAND AND ITS POSSIBLE IMPLEMENTATION IN THE MALAYSIAN CONTEXT by Lai Thin Ng is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Lai Thin Ng is a sibling, an identity that is driving her passion for advocacy, education and inclusion of individuals with special needs, especially in her home country of Malaysia. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Erasmus Mundus Special and Inclusive Education.