| Alternative Abstract ||The main goal of this study is to know the teachers and administrators of Kuwait primary schools point of view towards integrating the exceptional child in that level. The sample included 447 teachers and administrates in all Kuwait's five educational governorates. Each of these governorates included two male schools and two female schools.
The used the method of surveying it's question were divided in three important parts; first, attitude of the sample toward integration in general; second, the sample's attitudes towards integration visual, mental, physical and audio disabilities, the third and last one is the sample's view of point about the integration's obstacles and hindrances.
Therefor, in order to analyze the survey' s results, normative averages and deviations were calculated. Additionally, ( Q) principles were used to identify differences among samples responses.
The study results are :
A) After reviewing the study's literature, it was clear that
integration is one of the new educational approaches, serving exceptional children. Thus it can give the disabled a chance to interact positively with the ordinary children inside schools.
B) The results show refusal of integration among the sample's
members in general.
C) The result also show that both visual and physical disabilities
are more acceptable be integrated in schools that the mental and deaf disabilities, Furthermore, mild disabilities were more likely to be accepted that serious ones.
D) There are some difficulties standing in the way of both
accepting performing integration locally in ordinary schools. The following difficulties and obstecles are arranges according to their intensity: First, the needed medical surfaces for the disabled. Second, type of curriculum and its flexibility. Third, the teachers nature and his capability of dealing with a disabled student. Forth, the educational devices and mediums especially designed for the disabled.
E) According to the study result's, there are some statistic differences of about 0.05 % and 0.01 % towards integration. These differences are concerning the sex, employment and those who had a chance
to deal with the disabled. The results show that males. administrators and those who have delt with a disabled person are more likely to accept integration than the teachers, females and those who had not delt with disabled person.
Due to these results, the researcher has given some recommendations, which can serve Kuwait's disabled children and help improving their characters.||