This article analyzes the integral education networks according to the interpretation of school administration. This is a qualitative study conducted at a public school in the Federal District, based on the policy cycle method. Techniques of document analysis, observation, and semi-structured interviews were used with administrators of the Integral Education in Full Time Project (PROEITI). Results showed PROEITI advanced by expanding the offer to all children enrolled in ten-hour per day programs and made possible to hire teachers to work in complementary disciplines, as well as in computer science and physical education disciplines. Greatest challenges faced by administrators are related to the limited availability of funds for the development of activities proposed by integral education, the lack of continuous training of teachers and the restrictions imposed by the schools’ physical structures.
School Administration; Integral Education; PROEITI; Policy Networks