What is Educational Inclusion

Educational inclusion is a approach that seeks to guarantee the right to quality education for all.

Educational inclusion is framed within pedagogy. The concept of inclusion, on the other hand, is the effort of all components of society to integrate those who are marginalized and segregated due to various circumstances.

See also Inclusion.

Educational inclusion proposes a universal education that adapts to all needs, eliminating the barriers that limit learning or participation.

Special education, dedicated to creating educational access for people with outstanding abilities or a disability, for example, is one of the specific areas in which educational inclusion seeks to incorporate certain individuals into universal education.

See also special education.

In this sense, school inclusion or inclusive education considers the school and educational centers as equitable places and without inequality or discrimination to guarantee learning.

In an educational inclusion project, it is necessary to involve social and political agents in this matter in order to develop inclusion methodologies, promote socio-affective well-being, make educational spaces accessible to all, and equip educational centers with specific pedagogical materials and tools such as , for example, material in braille, sign language, etc.

See also Socio-affective well-being.

Educational inclusion and diversity

Educational inclusion is closely associated with diversity, as it seeks to meet the multiplicity of educational needs present in each individual, respecting the different capacities.

Diversity in the field of educational inclusion covers all aspects, such as ethnic, cultural, social, physical diversity, etc., based on equal opportunities for all and the principle of non-discrimination.

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see also

  • Diversity
  • Discrimination