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Revista Psicopedagogia

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KLUMPP, Carolina Ferreira Barros  and  MORENO, Flávia Cristina Costa. Characterization of clientele of psychopedagogical assistance from the public Barueri network. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2021, vol.38, n.116, pp. 185-196. ISSN 0103-8486.

This article presents the result of a retrospective study developed with the objective of tracing the profile of the clientele served in 2019 in the psychopedagogical service available in the municipal public network of Barueri, São Paulo state. For data collection, the information bank provided by the Specialized Educational Department of the Education Secretariat of Barueri was used, which contains information from 335 records referring to the students served. The data were analyzed according to simple descriptive statistics. The study showed that the population served was predominantly male (68.65%), with the largest portion being students from the 3rd and 5th years of elementary school, from low-income families and residents of peripheral neighborhoods. In relation to the learning process of these students, the predominant pathological learning modality was hypoassimilation-hyperaccommodation (49%), with 80% of the total students having a cognitive level below the expected for the age group and 50% were not fully literate. It was concluded that learning problems are related to emotional, pedagogical and socioeconomic factors (social inequality), as well as that school failure is a reality for most of the referred public. Public policies must be developed to minimize these factors.

Keywords : Teaching-Learning; School Failure; Public School; Psychopedagogy.

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