The Implementation of Inclusion Education in SMP Plus Al-Ghifari

Adinda Meita Putri(1*)
(1) Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract

Inclusive education is education for all who receive each group, race, physical form and so on without discrimination. The existence of inclusive education, every level of society will be able to enjoy education intended for persons with disabilities who are expelled from the eyes and do not deserve the same education as the others. Inclusive education also facilitates them to develop their own potential, so there is education inclusion chosen by the community. Therefore, this study will describe the results of research conducted on inclusive education in one of the schools implementing inclusive education, namely SMP Plus Al-Ghifari. Suggestions used in this study are qualitative descriptive methods. Research result at SMP Plus Al-Ghifari, this school has adopted the philosophy of inclusion that is diversity, is highly respected and appreciated where this school has facilitated all children in the same class with children both children with special needs and children in principle, no bullying and all socializing like children their age.

Keywords


Implementation; Inclusive; Education for all; Disabilities.

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