A Comparative Study on Academic Performance of Student with Hearing Impairment studying in Special Vs Inclusive Education

Mishra, Mryuntunjaya; Singh, Anamika
March 2012
Golden Research Thoughts;Mar2012, Vol. 1 Issue 9, Special section p1
Academic Journal
This study investigate the level of academic performance of children with hearing impairment studying in special and inclusive set ups. Twelve participants are enrolled in this study, six from special & six from inclusive set ups. In this study Researcher made tool is applied. The result of this study showed that there is a significant relationship between academic performance and educational set ups. This study proved that academic performance of Special School is better than Inclusive School.


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