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This article addresses television news coverage of the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act of 2010, which would have created a path to legal residency for thousands of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Considering the role that news media play in socially constructing groups of people, through an analysis of English- and Spanish-language evening television news coverage of the DREAM Act of 2010, the author examined discursive practices used to represent un...
#1Andréa Simoni Manarin Tunin (UFRRJ: Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro)
#2Fernando César Ferreira Gouvêa (UFRRJ: Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro)
This paper presents the Women Thousand Program as a policy of inclusion through education and jobs. It traces the history of public policies designed for women through the Thousand Women Program in the Brazil, and the women’s’ experiences at the Volta Redonda campus. The authors evaluate the public policies that include vulnerable women and efficiently assist them through school. Ethnographical methods were used, based on data obtained from participative observation and detailed monitoring of th...
#1Marisol Silva (UIA: Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México)
In this article I conceptualize and explore the pedagogical dimension of equity in higher education and its strategic importance for addressing the inequalities that persist despite policies put in place worldwide to expand opportunities. I draw upon an understanding of integral equity, which aligns with social inclusion for participation and empowerment. The pedagogical dimension of equity, rooted in critical pedagogies, student-centered capacity and education, encompasses inclusive and dialogi...
This text seeks to analyze the privatization guidelines both globally and at the local level and their deployment in public basic education in Brazil. For that, a bibliographic and documentary study was used, using only public domain. It is possible to diagnose the double movement of endo and exoprivatization carried out in the educational panorama of Brazil, especially through the insertion of large business groups, as well as the reforms undertaken to put into operation the privatization agend...
#1Paula Louzano (UDP: Diego Portales University)
#2Lara Elena Ramos Simielli (FGV: Fundação Getúlio Vargas)
This article analyzes the case of school choice in the United States and its implications for the Brazilian context. This discussion is important to Brazil, given the fact that key actors are starting to advocate in favor of introducing charter schools and vouchers in the country. Evidence from countries that introduced this model can help shed some light on this debate. In this article, we will analyze the overall performance of school choice in the United States, especially charter schools, fo...
The article presented for this dossier includes an analysis and reflections based on the study: “Training policies and practices for the conduction of state educational institutions at the kindergarten, primary and secondary levels”. This is a research that has been carried out since 2017 in IV Educational Region in Buenos Aires Province (corresponding to Quilmes, Berazategui and Florencio Varela districts), within the framework of the Arturo Jauretche National University, on the policies for th...
#1Mariano Narodowski (UTDT: Torcuato di Tella University)H-Index: 4
#2Juan Carlos Morgan (UNLP: National University of La Plata)
The aim of this article is to present a detailed exposition of the theoretical model of the quasi-monopoly of educational systems. Rather than simply understanding private education in opposition to public education, the gathered evidence allows for the design of an equilibrium model that tends to a) maximize private spending as a way to raise the schooling rate, b) generate a private “exit” sector that presents a trade off with the traditional state sector in regards to decision making about th...
#1Andres Peregalli (Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina)
In Latin America different policies sustained in State-Civil Society alliances are implemented in order to warrant the right to education in marginalized sectors. Uruguay and Argentina carry out “bridge” programs and “completion” plans for adolescents, youngsters and adults to enter, re-enter or finish Medium Level Studies. I compare the characteristics of the alliance State-Civil Society in the co-management of the “Aulas Comunitarias” (Communitarian Classrooms) Program (PAC, Uruguay, 2007) and...
#1António Pinto (Universidade Lusófona)
#2Fernando Rodrigues Silva (Universidade Lusófona)
Last. Fernando Diogo (IPN: Instituto Politécnico Nacional)
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Vocational courses in secondary education within the Portuguese educational system, defined in Portaria no. 276/2013, of 23 rd August, and based on the German Dual Training System, discontinued in 2016-2017. This exploratory study is the result of an analysis carried out with the actors involved in secondary education vocational courses of two schools in the area of Oporto. A mixed methodology was used applying a survey questionnaire to students and interviews with course and class directors, to...
#1Ângelo Ricardo de Souza (UFPR: Federal University of Paraná)H-Index: 5
#2Sebastián Donoso-Díaz (University of Talca)H-Index: 8
This paper presents the dossier Policies for the Management of Mandatory Public Education in Ibero America , which addresses elements of mandatory public-school management in the macro-region such as educational reforms, policies of teachers and principals training, universalization and inclusion policies, experiences and innovative models and the public-private relationship in education. The article that presents the dossier shows that the readings sampled in this EPAA special issue deal with t...
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