Percepções dos professores e das famílias sobre o papel das equipas de gestão como líderes inclusivos no Ensino primário

Alfonso Javier García González, María Rocío Bohórquez Gómez-Millán

Resumo


A inclusão escolar é um fator chave para o desenvolvimento de uma educação de qualidade, e a liderança inclusiva é um elemento fundamental para a alcançar. Esta liderança também determina o exercício efetivo da inclusão nas escolas. Assim, o principal objetivo deste estudo era analisar as percepções dos professores do Ensino Primário e das famílias sobre a liderança inclusiva. Um total de 110 professores do Ensino Primário de escolas públicas de Sevilha e 46 membros da família participaram nestes inquéritos, completando as versões dos professores e membros da família do questionário LEI-Q. Os resultados mostraram que a percepção dos professores da escola como uma comunidade inclusiva não é positiva, nem a das famílias, embora em menor medida. Assim, a liderança exercida pelos líderes educacionais parece não ter conseguido implementar medidas suficientes para a construção de escolas inclusivas no momento atual.


Palavras-chave


Liderança Inclusiva; Percepções de Inclusão; Abertura à Comunidade; Desenvolvimento Profissional dos Professores; Gestão do ensino

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