Author(s): Ahmet AKBABA* Yasin T├ťT├ťNC├ť*
The purpose of this research; To determine primary school teachers' opinions about inclusive education. In the 2019-2020 academic year The research is a qualitative study with 6 questions. The universe of this research; Teachers working in primary schools affiliated to the Ministry of National Education in Van province are formed. The working group, on the other hand, consists of a total of ten teachers, including four volunteer classroom teachers, three special education teachers, two branch teachers and one school counselor working in different branches in various primary education institutions in the central districts of Van. While determining the study group, teachers with different years of seniority, working in different districts and branches, were preferred.
As a result of the research; In general, teachers find their administrators and parent support insufficient within the scope of mainstreaming practices, In this practice, they mostly seek support for the physical condition of the class and material supply, School administrators do not have enough equipment to guide teachers about inclusive education, Schools whose administrators are found to be sufficient have a positive contribution to inclusive education, School administrators always provide sufficient support for the solution of problems encountered in inclusive education, It has been found that social activities are not included in the social activities in order to increase the school engagement of the inclusive students and to ensure their socialization.