Learning Problem for the Special Education Students: Funds and Infrastructure

  • Muhammad Farhan Muhammad Farhan
  • Suhailah Md Hamil
  • Nurul Natasha Azmi
  • Nurul Umaira Juliana Roslid
  • Nur Nabilah Zainal
  • Nor Balqis Kamaruddin
  • Nur Izzsufi Hamizi
  • Nurul Zulaikha Ismawi
  • Mohd Razimi Husin
Keywords: Learning, Students, Special Education, Funds and Infrastructure


Special Education is a program designed specifically to meet the diverse needs of special students. For special education students who are placed separately, appropriate techniques have been used in the learning and teaching process. In addition to appropriate learning techniques, infrastructure has also been provided to facilitate the learning process of these special education students. Infrastructure is a facility provided for development purposes. The objectives of this study were to analyze special education facilities for students with special needs, to identify sufficient and current teaching and learning infrastructure for special needs students at SK Kuala Kubu Bharu, to identify appropriate and relevant funding for students with special needs for educational purposes and their infrastructure, and understand the implementation of SK Kuala Kubu Bharu's PPKI on infrastructure and funding for special needs students. The method of this study is semi-structured interviews. Students in the special education school studied are having problems with sufficient and increasing infrastructure. After all, infrastructure is a condition or environment that every school needs to meet in order for its students to be able to use the facilities, especially those students who attend the school are students with disabilities or disabilities.


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Muhammad Farhan, M. F., Md Hamil, S., Azmi, N. N., Roslid, N. U. J., Zainal, N. N., Kamaruddin, N. B., Hamizi, N. I., Ismawi, N. Z., & Husin, M. R. (2020). Learning Problem for the Special Education Students: Funds and Infrastructure. International Journal of Humanities, Management and Social Science, 3(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.36079/lamintang.ij-humass-0301.106

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