The study Explored attitudes towards the education of learners with albinism. This aim was achieved by reviewing relevant literature with the purpose of finding out what authorities regard as the attitude towards education of learners with albinism. The study was conducted in both the school and the community in Mumbwa district of Central Province. It seems that learners with albinism have been affected by community attitude. Many learners with albinism seem to be denied access to education because of the negative attitude of their communities, teachers, fellow learners and the educational system based on lack of awareness and understanding of albinism. Data was collected through in-depth interviews, observations and focus group discussions. Qualitative data was analyzed thematically through identification of themes that emerged from the data. Microsoft excel and Microsoft word was used to generate tables such as description of characteristics of respondents.
Moses Chansa Mambwe
Moses Chansa Mambwe graduated from University of Zambia, department of educational Psychology, Sociology and Special Education.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Exploring Attitudes, Education of Learners, albinism
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General