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The Center of Advanced Studies on Educational Justice calls for applications for a research fellow position for the research line “BioSocioCultural Inclusion.”

Under the general notion of educational justice, the project will carry out six research lines to study the emergence and consequences of new forms of exclusion affecting children from aboriginal descent, migrant children and youth in metropolitan and border regions, infants in socioeconomic disadvantage, and students with special needs. The project will also examine the ongoing production of cultural stereotypes and gender gaps which schools contribute to create and transmit.

Research lines and their principal researchers:

  • Pedagogical Inclusion – Ernesto Treviño
  • Disability Inclusion – Ricardo Rosas
  • BioSocioCultural Inclusion – Claudia Matus
  • Psychosocial Inclusion – Alejandra Caqueo-Urízar
  • Developmental Inclusion – Marigen Narea
  • Institutional Inclusion – Alejandro Carrasco

Specifically, the purpose of line 3 “BioSocioCultural Inclusion” is to understand the discursive and material mechanisms that help reproduce systems of inclusion and exclusion in Chilean educational system by studying policy, practice, and research that aim at increasing access, inclusion, quality, and equity in education.

Fluency in Spanish and English is required for all positions.

For further information on the research line “BioSocioCultural Inclusion” and to apply, please go to the following link:


Call for Applications – Research Fellow in Educational Justice: BioSocioCultural Inclusion