2017 年 5 巻 p. 1-14
IN-Child Record was developed as a tool to diagnose children who need inclusive education. Therefore, this study aimed to verify the reliability and construct validity of IN-Child Record. IN-Child Record using 1,059 children (elementary school: 594 children, junior high school: 465 children) collected in Okinawa Prefecture between February and March 2017. Survey data were collected in cross-sectional study. The reliability of IN-Child Record was verified via the internal consistency method; the coefficient of Cronbach’s α were over 0.7. The construct validity of IN-Child Record was also verified via the path analysis using structural equation modeling (SEM). IN-Child Record is valid based on its goodness-of-fit values obtained using the SEM. These results scale that IN-Child Record has high reliability and construct validity.