Ministério Público de São Paulo: atuação frente à pessoa com deficiência na inclusão escolar
Lago, Sandra Regina dos Santos
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Inclusive education is a disturbing and challenging issue for its difficulties and limitations. Throughout history, this subject has constituted controversial. However, in recent years that legal achievements are being achieved, leading to a new social positioning, especially in regards to education. However, the fact that there are standards supporting the right to education for all, including those with disabilities, it doesn't mean that such guarantee is being observed for real, which is why effective oversight is needed by society and institutions. One of the existing institutions that have empowered by the constitution to oversee and enforce legal requirements that protect the interests of society is the prosecutor, through establishment of administrative procedures. Thus, the present study aimed to search, identify and analyze the proceedings instituted in the prosecution in the state of São Paulo, involving the theme of rights to educational inclusion of people with disabilities in regular schools, in the period between 12/01/2009 to 12/01/2011, based on the previous work discussing the role this institution and defending the right to education . Having in mind the purpose of the research, we used a qualitative approach to document analysis some court procedures. The results point the prosecutor as an important ally in the legal achievements of people with disabilities related to educational inclusion and brought the discussion of the importance of public awareness of people with disabilities to advance their rights.