BANDUNG - A total of 324 Special Schools (SLB) in West Java held a Paper and Pencil Based National Examination (UNKP) 2019 with a total number of 937 students spread across cities and regions in West Java.
The Head of the West Java Education Office, Dewi Sartika, said that the process of implementing the national examination at the SLB was done by providing special services and adjusted the needs of the examinees.
"The use of a customized test tool is based on the needs of students, such as examinations with paper and pencil and using braille," said Dewi, while reviewing the implementation of the UNKP in SLBN A, Bandung, Tuesday (02/04).
According to Dewi, West Java Disdik is committed to continually improving services for SLB, especially the needs of facilities and infrastructure and encouraging all special school education providers to be able to work together to improve competence.
"We must facilitate children to be able to go to school, because that is their right. So, we want all education stakeholders to participate in the process, "she added.
Meanwhile, Deputy Head of SLBN A Bandung in the Curriculum Field, Tri Bagio said that the exam participants in the school were divided into three rooms, each first and second room filled by 11 net blindly blind or total blind students, while the third room was filled by 2 students with multiply disbalities with visual impairment (MDVI) or blind people with other disabilities.
"The UNKP in SLB was held for three days, namely 1,2 and April 4, three subjects were tested, including Indonesian Language, Mathematics, and English," he said.
SLB = Special School, Education of physically and mentally handicapped children, Disable School, School for Special Needs.