|Comprehensive support for pupils at risk of school failure in inclusive education: theory and school practice in the Czech Republic
|SLOWÍK, J. GAŽÁKOVÁ, E. HOLEČEK, V. ZACHOVÁ, M. Comprehensive support for pupils at risk of school failure in inclusive education: theory and school practice in the Czech Republic. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2023, roč. 27, č. 7, s. 834-850. ISSN: 1360-3116
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|comprehensive support;inclusion coordinator;inclusive education;pupils at risk of school failure;school practice
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|The paper presents possibilities of comprehensive use of support tools for pupils at risk of school failure in the Czech primary schools practice in order to support the implementation of inclusive education. The research data obtained during the project implemented in the Pilsen region in period of 2016–2019 brought the results of assessment of new support tools that are not yet systemically introduced in the Czech educational system and commonly available for all schools, although these instruments seem to be very effective or even necessary for quality inclusive education. The most important new tools include the position of inclusion coordinator in schools, strengthening the counselling services available directly in schools, as well as new strategies for promotion of cooperation between the schools, families, and social services – including some specific techniques, such as parenting workshops on child support in education, case conferences with child’s participation or seminars for parents and teachers on collaboration with social services. However, the exploitation of the results of this research and assessment will depend largely on political decisions at both local and governmental levels.
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