2017 年 5 巻 p. 38-46
IN-Child (Inclusive Needs Child) have increased in school education. However, there has been no research on the actual situation of IN-Child. The SNEAT 10 is the screening tool for IN-Child and is a tool for measuring educational outcomes. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of IN-Child using SNEAT 10, to grasp the actual condition and to extract educational issues. This study is a cross-sectional study. Data collection have carried out at a elementary school in Okinawa Prefecture from February to March 2016. The extracted IN-Child was 6.3%. The ratio of men to women was 84.8% to 15.2%. Boys were significantly more (χ2 = 17.449, df = 1, p<0.001). The domain of "Mental health" was the highest score in each domain, and there was a significant difference between "Physical function" and "Social function" (F(2,171）=13.98, p<0.001). Boys score was significantly lower in the domain of "social function"(t =-2.34, df = 56, p<0.05). And, in the domain of "Social function", the score of the upper grades was low and a marginally significant. It became clear that IN-Child has educational problem concerning "Social function" in particular.