School education and curriculum: Common National Curriculum Base and inclusive education




This study aims to foment reflections on School Education and the historical perspective of curriculum theories, within the institutions, having the Common National Curriculum Base (BNCC) as one of the references, while asking how Inclusive Education is placed in this construction that is thought of as an education for all. This is a documentary and bibliographic research that dialogues with authors who discuss the curriculum such as Ribeiro (2017), Arroyo (2014), among others. In conclusion, it was evident that it is worth reflecting on the current proposal of the BNCC, analyzing its foundations and the ideological aspects hidden in the content of the document, due to inconsistencies regarding the curricular thinking and its structuring for a curriculum that is fair, democratic, comprehensive and that serves everyone with inclusive public educational policies.