ATTITUDES OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOL PRINCIPALS TOWARDS INTEGRATING STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN NABLUS GOVERNORATE
The study aimed to measure the attitudes of public school principals towards integrating students with motor disabilities in Nablus governorate and to measure the differences in the attitudes of government school principals towards integrating students with mobility disabilities in Nablus Governorate according to the different variables (gender, educational level, experience), and the descriptive survey method was used, and it was The study population consisted of all school principals in Nablus governorate, totaling (267) principals. The questionnaire was randomly distributed to a sample of (167) principals in Nablus governorate, which was statistically analyzed. The study showed the presence of high positive attitudes among public school principals towards integrating students with motor disabilities in Nablus governorate, and the presence of apparent differences in the attitudes of government school principals towards integrating students with motor disabilities in Nablus governorate due to gender in favor of females, and the absence of differences due to educational level and experience Based on the results of the study, it recommends preparing schools in a way that contributes to educating all workers to better accept the idea of inclusion in order to be successful in an optimal manner, and the need to issue legislation by the competent authorities, which guarantees the principle of equal opportunities for the disabled to obtain education, and the necessity of holding courses And workshops for managers in the field of inclusion of the disabled and special methods of dealing with them.
Keywords: Attitudes, Public School Principals, İnclusion Of Students With Motor Disabilities.