Master of Science (MS)
Semester of Degree Completion
Judith J. Ivarie
The role the administrator plays in the development of an inclusive environment was investigated by conducting a review of literature and conducting a study of administrative views of inclusion in one East Central Illinois school district. Results showed that the success of the implementation of an inclusive school environment depended upon the role that the administrator was willing to play. Traits common to administrators who were successful in fostering inclusion along with problems that may be encountered are discussed. Case studies are reviewed, collected data analyzed, and recommendations for future practice are presented.
Rasmussen, Vicki S., "The Role of the Administrator in Creating an Inclusive Environment" (2000). Masters Theses. 1489.