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The study was conducted in Jazan University- Faculty of Education during academic year 2014-2015. Objectives: to identify to what extent that impact of disabilities acceptance, knowledge about inclusion and interaction with disabilities Children on Attitudes of Trainee Students to educate individuals with intellectual disabilities in regular settings. Method: Descriptive statistic methods was adopted. Researchers used the Trainee Students scale to measure trainee students' attitudes toward include students with disabilities in general classes. Study group included 420 Trainee Students. 72 Trainee Students were selected randomly as study sample. Results: the results of study show that disabilities acceptance, knowledge about inclusion, and Interaction with disabilities influenced on trainee students' attitudes to educate individuals with intellectual disabilities in regular settings. Therefore, all trainee students need to be more aware of the inclusive options through training courses and workshop.
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