Inclusive Education Research Group


The National Plan for Good Living contains actions in several sectors which allow the entire population to have access to the national education system, which is focused on inclusion and rights. The new law on education establishes inclusive education as a process that transforms schools in open spaces, assists diversity and people in vulnerable conditions, such as ethnic and religious minority groups, students affected by HIV, AIDS and other diseases, students with disabilities and learning disabilities, students in poverty, child labor, migration and other factors.

In order to have quality education for everyone and for the development of more inclusive societies, it is important to implement policies, cultures and practices in schools and communities. 

Both developed and developing countries face a common challenge: how to achieve quality and equitable education. The need to progress in the effective democratization of educational opportunities for all can be based on the concept of inclusion in order to guide the national policies and strategies on the causes and consequences of exclusion. 

Inclusive education applies strategies and methodologies in order to pay more attention to student diversity and have a greater focus on vulnerable populations who risk exclusion. 






Lines of Research

  • Education in diversity

  • People in risk of exclusion

  • Access to education and participation 

  • Education and consideration of diversity

  • Inclusive education community 




Miriam Mariana Gallegos Navas





Name Email Google Scholar Other Sites
Miriam Gallego Condoy
Alberto Duchi Google Scholar