INTEGRATIONSUMMARYIntegration of schools for students with special needs with those of general education has been one of the most important issues on educational agenda during the last fifteen years.
The idea of training for deaf children in local schools and their integration with hearing-able students will be made difficult by the latter.
However, the conception of deaf children’s attendance in general education schools is official policy of governments in many countries.
The issue of training of deaf children in schools of hearing-able children is responsible for sharp juxtapositions among special scientists, parents and deaf children.
Hitherto, it is believed that deaf students have more opportunities for social relations while socializing with hearing-able students and their teachers;
thus, they obtain necessary capabilities helpful to their future social accession.
However, related researches showed up that deaf teenagers feel more secure and acceptable into relations with deaf classmates.