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Japan: Most elementary and junior high schools offer special-needs classes for pupils with disabilities, often emotional disturbances, autism or intellectual disabilities ...

Japan: „Most elementary and junior high schools offer special-needs classes for pupils with disabilities, often emotional disturbances, autism or intellectual disabilities. All students in such a class share the same type of disability, and the instruction follows national guidelines adapted to each type of disability. Special-needs pupils are taught in a separate classroom but may attend regular classes with other pupils in some subjects.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Investing in Youth: Japan“ (2017), S. 115