The 2021 data from Director General PMPK (Community Education and Special Education) Kemdikbud Ristekdikti shows that the number of Children with Special Needs (CWSN) students undergoing education in SLB/inclusive schools is 269,398, and the number of schools is 38,038. Meanwhile, out of the 34 provinces in Indonesia, only 23 provinces or 64 districts/cities have issued Regional Regulations for the inclusive education system. CWSN problems in inclusive schools consist of; (1) rejection in the school environment, (2) the limited number of competent teachers handling CWSN, (3) lack of support systems such as an accurate data of CWSN, (4) lack of affirmative policies in some regions. Oftentimes, CWSN students are unattended in class and are not taught properly. Therefore, this research proposal is designed to develop a diagnostic assessment prototype for inclusive students in Mathematics, Science, Indonesian, and Social Studies subjects. The purpose of this module is to find effective solutions to discover weaknesses and potentials that CWSN students have in the classroom. The instrument was made with experts’ justification and a test design that will be tested on 60 deaf and disabled students of inclusion junior high school. There are also complains of violence against CWSN students, inadequate accessibility, and poor service in inclusive schools. Therefore, a questionnaire was also designed to document the administration of education in six districts/cities involving approximately 64 samples of teachers and principals. The test of the instrument and the screening questionnaire will be carried out at the same time.
Keywords: inclusion, diagnostic assessment, regulation, test, disability