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Educational Research and Reviews
Inclusive school requires the coexistence of what is perceived as normal and what is seen as pathologically different. Considering the growing pathologization of childhood, attempt is made to know the view of the students that do not have any diagnosed mental disorder on the ones that do have and the teachers' view on the inclusion of these children. A case study was conducted in a Spanish public primary school that has an inclusive pedagogical project. Semi-structured interviews anddoi:10.5897/err2018.3469 fatcat:svoja4clvjffrahyubz4zdxkc4