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This research investigates the contemporary publications about rural education policies. The paper intends to verify both, the scientific progress and the subjects addressed in Brazilian journals. A systematic review was used in the “Periódicos Capes” database through the descriptors “rural education” and “public policy”, date “2009/2017”. The criteria for inclusions in the analysis were a clearly defined methodology and the possibility of setting a thematic framework. Ninety-three papers were analyzed, with 52 selected for general descriptive analysis, and 10 selected for in-depth discussion. Qualitative empirical studies predominated, and the main thematic trend was “regional trajectory” (31%). Consequently, a strong tendency was demonstrated throughout the publications: contemporary phenomena observed from the perspective of the country’s citizens.
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Silva, G. A. B. e, Louredo, F. de S. G., & da Costa, F. J. L. (2019). Public policy for rural education: A systematic review of Brazilian publications. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 27, 81. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.27.3829