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Accounting professors’ pedagogical training: The topic under discussion
Marcos Laffin, Sonia Maria da Silva Gomes
The objective of this paper is to present the results of research that examined articles published in journals, whose subject matter was the accounting professors’ pedagogical training within the Stricto Sensu postgraduate degree in accounting in Brazil. Thus, the research problem was to recognize and discuss the articles’ contributions to the pedagogical training. The methodology was...

Countryside education: Conceptual harmonization and historical evolution in Brazil
Giuliano Alves Borges e Silva, João Luiz Passador
Among academic studies it is common to distinguish “rural education” and “countryside education”, from the perspective that the emancipatory practice of the education must be based on the questioning of the individual and its relation with the world.  Therefore, as an objective, this paper will: list differences and proximities through distinct categories of “rural” outside city life, such as...

Research on the field of education policy: Exploring different levels of approach and abstraction
Jefferson Mainardes, César Tello
This paper, of theoretical nature, explores the levels of approach and abstraction of research in the field of education policy: description, analysis and understanding. Such categories were developed based on concepts of Bourdieu’s theory and on the grounds of epistemological studies focused on education policy and meta-research. This paper highlights the importance of different kinds of...

Multicultural perspectives in deaf education
Eva Navegantes, Celeste Azulay Kelman, Ana Iveniki
Multicultural perspectives in Brazil, in school curriculum or in social practices, are still seen in a dichotomized way. Sometimes they are presented in the folk form, limited to only commemorative days, and at other times, they are presented in a more critical and postcolonial perspective where the curriculum focuses on issues related to the construction of prejudice, discrimination and...

Teacher salary: Challenges for monitoring the valuation of Brazilian teachers in the context of Goal 17 of the National Education Plan
Márcia Jacomini, Thiago Alves, Rubens Barbosa de Camargo
This article aims to offer methodological strategies to verify and monitor the enforcement of goal 17 of the 2014/2021 National Education Plan (Brazilian Federal Law 13.005 from June 25, 2014), which determines that teachers from basic education public schools in Brazil must have average income equivalent to other professionals with similar education by 2020. We have used data from the...

Educational and socio-economic inequalities of pre-university Brazilian population: A view from the ENEM data
Rodrigo Travitzki, Maria Eugénia Ferrão, Alcino Pinto Couto
Based on an intergenerational perspective, the study examines the mitigation of the inequalities in the distribution of education, taking into consideration the relationships between educational achievements and socio-demographic attributes such as socioeconomic status and race/color. The research uses ENEM data and the observations spans from 2009 to 2012. In order to examine the educational...

Large-scale effects of national policy assessment on the political and pedagogical management of schools of Porto Alegre: Exploring relationships and uses
Ana Cristina Ghisleni, Maria Beatriz Luce
This article presents an analysis of the relationships established by school system administrators and teachers (principals and classroom staff) with the national evaluation policy and how they use this type of assessment. By confronting the positions of the two groups, whose speeches were codified through the N-Vivo 10 software, a set of quantitative and qualitative analyses are drawn. The...

Entering the teaching career: Brazilian and Chilean experiences
Angelo Ricardo Souza, Diana Cristina Abreu
This paper analyzes the admission policies in teaching careers within public education systems in Chile and Brazil. The article deals with the comparative data forms and criteria for the regulation of the teaching profession, specifically the statutes and career plans in effect. In Brazil, the work takes the data from 12 states and their capitals towns as a reference for analysis, since Brazil...

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