COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERCEPTION ABOUT INCLUSIVE EDUCATION OF HEADS AND EXECUTIVES
The study aimed at exploring the perceptions of Heads and Executives of Inclusive Education about Inclusive education practices in Pakistan. The study was descriptive in nature, further it was survey research. The data was collected from Heads and Executives working in General and Special Education schools. The sample of the study included 15 Executives and 30 Heads. The instrument for data collection used in this research was a questionnaire. A self-made Questionnaire was designed to obtain perceptions of various stakeholders. The results of this study indicated that most of the stakeholders want to establish the inclusive setup. School heads believe that children with disabilities can achieve academic accomplishment effectively from being included in the general education. The Stakeholders of this study felt that policy and law should be made to include children with disabilities into the general education and also providing sufficient resources and training. This research reveals that the stakeholders have to face difficulties in implementing inclusive education. It will also contribute in field of educational leadership.