In the sequence of the “Dialogues on Education” and according to the Regional Inspectorate of Education´s activities plan, namely the program 7 – knowledge and management training – skills development, the session about “School Success Promotion: the MIPSE case (Integrated Model of the School Success Promotion)” took place on 13th April, Friday, at 9 a.m., at the auditorium of the Research Centre for Atlantic’s History, situated at nº 8 Mercês Street - Funchal, dynamized by Professor Ilídia Cabral of Porto´s Catholic University.
Ilídia Cabral has a degree in Modern Languages and Literatures, English/German variation, by the Faculty of Letters of Porto´s University (1999), Master in Education Sciences by the Portuguese Catholic University (2008) and Doctorate in Education Sciences by the same University (2013). She is Assistant Professor at the Education and Psychology Faculty of the Portuguese Catholic University and consultant within the scope of the School Improvement Support Service (SAME). She’s a Visiting Professor at Saint Joseph University, Macao, teaching in the Master’s degree course in Education. She is a Coordinator in Education Sciences Postgraduates. She is an investigator member of the Research Centre for Human Development (CEDH-UCP).