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Educating for politics

Finland recently published modifications in the structure of public schools. One of the changes was to put an end to the structure of « disciplines », the result of an intense discussion on the long term education of students. Either radical or not the decision, it is important to preserve the critics on the current model of Education, at least in the Brazilian case. The Brazilian model, governed by strict rules of the field of education hinders the humanistic and pluralistic method of learning, instead, there is an excessive concern with the technical training of the student, with the aim to prepare them to evaluation tests (such as FUVEST) for university access. Even this purpose, training for university access, has not been successfully achieved by public schools.

Text by Larissa Barbosa Nicolosi Soares

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Construção histórica do direito à educação nas Constituições brasileiras

        This article is based on research that addressed the relationship between material competence, budget distribution and access to basic education in Brazil. Given the importance of the right to education and its effects on the development of society, we have selected for this article the analysis of the right to educantion’s historical building and its current legal and constitutional framework.

Text by Elisa Lucena

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