Vol. 17 (2011): Comunidades de aprendizaje
Monográfico

Escuela y comunidad. Participación comunitaria en el sistema escolar. Artículo traducido y en versión original (Italiano).

Publicado octubre 19, 2015

Palabras clave:

Escuela, Comunidad, Minorías culturales, Género, Discapacidad.

Resumen

Este artículo se basa en los resultados de un proyecto en el que la autora participa. INCLUD-ED Project, “Strategies for inclusion and social cohesion in Europe from education” (2006-2011; http://creaub.info/included/), es un Proyecto Integrado Prioridad 7 “Citizens and governance in the knowledgebased society” de VI Programa Marco de la Comisión Europea. El objetivo principal del proyecto INCLUD-ED es analizar las estrategias educativas que contribuyan a la cohesión e inclusión social y las estrategias de educación que conducen a la exclusión social, en una iniciativa en contra de la exclusión social, proporcionando los elementos clave y pautas de actuación para mejorar la formación política y social. El coordinador del proyecto es la Universidad de Barcelona, junto con el CREA (Centre de Recerca Social i Educativa, http://www.pcb.ub.edu/homepcb/live/ct/p576.asp) y El Departamento de Educación de la Universidad de Florencia (http://www.sciedu.unifi.it/mdswitch.html) que forma parte del consorcio de investigación.

 

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