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Volume 6, Number 2 / August issue 2020
Hartani, Eddy Lion, Yetrie Ludang, Piter Joko Nugroho, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Untung F. Soan
Educational services for students with special needs in Palangka Raya elementary school
Abstract

The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation of an assessment for the needs of educational services for children with special needs, especially in Palangka Raya elementary schools. Education for children with special needs is regulated based on the Government Regulation on Inclusive Education. The implementation of inclusive education in each region is regulated by Regional Regulations. In the area of Palangka Raya City it is regulated by a Mayor Regulation. Various provisions, regulations and decisions governing inclusive education must of course be responded to by the school as the implementer of educational activities. In practice, of course there are differences, there are schools that have carried out all aspects of the assessment and made good use of the results, there are schools that have carried out some aspects of the assessment and the utilization has not been maximized, and there are also schools that have not implemented them at all. Therefore, assessment is one of the educational evaluation activities to collect information that will be used as a consideration in planning learning programs for students with special needs.
Keywords: educational services, students, special needs, elementary school, assessment

Cite this article:
Hartani, Eddy Lion, Yetrie Ludang, Piter Joko Nugroho, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Untung F. Soan. Educational services for students with special needs in Palangka Raya elementary school. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 6(2)2020, 81-91.


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