The present work casts a glance around the principles of inclusive education as a prerequisite for understanding the curricular design and as a necessary condition to ensure relevant education, quality and equality of opportunities for the diversity of students attending Basic Education in Mexico. At the same time, it communicates the central approaches of the curricular design in Mexico, as it is known currently, from the point of view of the 2011 National Agreement for the Articulation of Basic Education that emphasizes that diversity-centered teaching requires the implementation of specific strategies and diversified strategies. Finally, we share the experience of the Directorate of Special Education in Mexico City of the Secretariat of Public Education of Mexico (Ministry of Education) to evidence institutional efforts related to learning of students through proposals, which are inspired in research and experiences in the field to access competencies expressed in the curricular design.
Education, articulation of basic education, curriculum, attention to diversity, curricular flexibility, diversified strategies, specific strategies.
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