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The objective of this research was to develop a learning management assessment model for students with secondary learning disabilities using research and development processes. The First: study of current conditions, approach to learning management, and approach to assessing learning management by studying related research papers and interviewing four experts. The Second: Development and finding quality by assessing the learning management model using the Connoisseurship method of 9 experts, to examine suitability and possibility. The Third: Model Experiments in Vocal Schools 3 schools and 3 schools participating in the project. The Forth: An Assessment of Teacher Learning Management Models for Students with Secondary Learning Disabilities. The group of informants was the same as the trial group and used an evaluation model. The instruments used consisted of interviews and assessments. Qualitative data analysis by systematic analysis. The statistics used for data analysis were mean, standard deviation, median, and interquartile range. The results of the research were as follows: (1) Co-management for students with learning disabilities with normal students requires adjustments in the garden environment, teaching materials, teaching materials, staff. And need to assess learning outcomes from various relevant assessment sources. (2) The learning management assessment model is appropriate and feasible at a high level, consisting of conceptual principles, objectives, assessment areas, assessment methods, assessment criteria, and assessors. However, the objective of the assessment consisted of four standards: factors contributing to learning, teacher characteristics, learning management, quality of learners with learning disabilities. (3) The results of the experiment using the assessment model of the vocal schools were mean equal to 91.37, which is very good. As for the schools that participated in the project Has the mean equal to 67.77, moderate. (4) The results of the evaluation of the teacher learning management assessment model for students with secondary school learning disabilities were found to be of the highest level and usefulness was at a high level.