The School Inclusion Program (sip) is a school inclusion policy that operates under the principle of special grants given to children with special educational needs. Rural schools have also been able to choose to be part of sip. This article presents an action research that sought to promote the inclusive practices of rural schools. Information was collected in 6 schools of Chile, through interviews and workshops with members of the school community. We found three ways to approach sip, two of them from sip schools and an approach that encompasses schools without sip. The three positions question the program in different ways, while only in one of them sip seems to be an accepted program and coherent with school practices. It concludes by reflecting on the value of sip and the problem of the migration of urban “sip children” to rural schools.
|Translated title of the contribution||A view from the inclusion to the scholar integration program in chilean rural schools: An analysis of cases|
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||Revista Colombiana de Educacion|
|State||Published - Apr 2020|