Professor Nestor Carasa, currently General Counsellor of Culture and Education -teacher representative-, in the General Directorate of Culture and Education of the Province of Buenos Aires. Inspector of the Special Education Area of ??the Directorate of Special Education DGCyE -in use of license-, district of La Matanza, Buenos Aires. Carasa is a professor in Psycho pedagogy and a Specialized Professor in Mental Retardation.
He is a member of the Special Education team of the Unified Workers Union of Education of Buenos Aires (SUTEBA) since 1997, Coordinator of the Special Education Commission of the Confederation of Education Workers of the Republic of Argentina (CTERA), responsible for the Area of Education of the Disability Secretariat of the Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina (CTA).
He collaborates with different articles related to Special Education, published in the Journal of SUTEBA"Education in our hands" and in the newspaper of the National CTA. Various working documents for numerous Special Education teaching events, organized by CTERA, SUTEBA and the CTA, including the "Education Module for the Workers and Disability" workshops, organized by the CTA Disability National Secretariat, Argentina.
He contributed to the Series: Recommendations for the Elaboration of Curricular Designs. Special Education Teaching Staff National Institute of Teacher Training. Argentina 2009. Pages 85
Written by Nestor Carasa
Inclusion and school integration are two concepts that have been conflated — whether deliberately or not — and assigned various directionalities and meanings at every given historical moment based on the current political context. Examining these meanings is crucial to going beyond mere discussions of political correctness to instead develop..."Inclusion, school integration and the question of differences", by Professor Néstor Carasa