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Título alternativo: Evaluation of inclusive policy : a methodological contribution
Author: González Ramírez, Teresa
Colás Bravo, María Pilar
Conde Jiménez, Jesús
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Métodos de Investigación y Diagnóstico en Educación
Date: 2015
Published in: EDUSK. Revista monográfica de educación skepsis.org, 4, 426-458
Document type: Article
Abstract: Este trabajo aporta un modelo teórico para evaluar las políticas inclusivas. El panorama que rige actualmente la evaluación de políticas inclusivas, resulta fragmentado e inconexo. No existe un cuerpo integrado de aportaciones que vincule los resu...
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This article provides a theoretical model to evaluate inclusive policies. The framework that currently governs the evaluation of inclusive policies is fragmented and disjointed. There is no integrated inputs body linking the results of research on inclusion policies; and linking of inclusive policies assessment methodologies. As a result, there are no theoretical models to guide inclusive practices in schools. The proposed theoretical model is the result of a research project focused on the factors affecting the development of an inclusive school. The results indicate that policies have an impact on schools. In this impact, the main agent is the teacher who analyzes, interprets inclusive policies attributing a value and meaning in their specific context. The evaluative dimensions of the proposed model allow us to know the types of impacts that those policies in schools.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/28490

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