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Rupturing paths in inclusive education: inclusions and silent rebellions in the public education

This article presents some reflections made on the masters degree research known as "Políticas inclusivas no chão da escola: usinagens e rebeldias no front-da-batalha" (Inclusive policy on the school floor: machining and rebellion at the battlefront). This research took place in two schools from a city at the north region of the state of "Espírito Santo" in Brazil. The inclusion processes managed by the educational system were mapped through reasoning. The main theme considered in the research was the Inclusive Education. This intervention field is usually associated to people with special educational needs who study at regular schools. The themes were approached following Michael Hardt, Toni Negri and Michel Foucault ideas regarding social practices, inclusion processes and biopower. The research showed that the school failure is produced by the established Educational ways. It also showed that the way people educate can revolutionize the differential inclusion processes, making alliances which strengthen these marginal lives

public education; differential inclusion; social practices

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