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TitleIt takes a village to overcome school failure and dropout: innovative educational practices promoting children’s educational rights in Portugal
Author(s)Lúcio, Joana
Antunes, Fátima
KeywordsInclusive education
Socio-educational practices
School failure
School dropout
Children’s rights
Issue date2021
PublisherSpringer
CitationLúcio, J. & Antunes, F. (2021) It Takes a Village to Overcome School Failure and Dropout: Innovative Educational Practices Promoting Children’s Educational Rights in Portugal. In J. Gillett-Swan & N. Thelander (eds), Children’s Rights from International Educational Perspectives: Transdisciplinary Perspectives in Educational Research (pp. 85-98, 2nd Ed.). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-80861-7_7
Abstract(s)As part of a wider research project analysing practices, voices, and pathways of inclusive education, this chapter discusses factors supporting the construction of inclusive educational practices that interrupt the school failure-dropout cycle and favour educational remobilisation. In order to understand these practices, a framework discussing barriers to access and participation in education provides conceptual tools to explore some analytical dimensions. The empirical basis for this chapter is a multi-case study analysing intervention on school failure and dropout, by mapping the points of view of actors engaged in ten different contexts (in the framework of two nation-wide programs) across the Portuguese territory. These actors contribute to the understanding of the processes, rationales and partnerships that support such practices. This contribution seeks to further the discussion about children’s right to education, specifically the role education has in fostering equality with identity, valuing the child’s socio-economic background and their position within a community (Article 29 of the UNCRC). As we focus on the local dimension of inclusive educational practices, we discuss the community’s role in developing, implementing and evaluating said practices. In addition, we address how these practices negotiate children’s community and cultural identity, while also exposing them to different cultures and values.
TypeBook part
DescriptionTransdisciplinary Perspectives in Educational Research book series (TPER,volume 2)
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/87476
ISBN978-3-030-80861-7
DOI10.1007/978-3-030-80861-7_7
Publisher versionhttps://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-80861-7_7
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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