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Type: Artigo
Title: The Brazilian State And The Evaluation Educational Policies
Title Alternative: O Estado Brasileiro E As Políticas De Avaliação Da Educação
Author: de Melo
Eliane Pimentel Camillo Barra Nova; Lima
Paulo Gomes
Abstract: This article aims to historically analyze the trajectory of the evaluation system of the Basic Education on the 1980s until the ANA's (National Assessment of Alphabetization) implantation. It is verified that in Brazil there were three generations of evaluations; however, education suffers from the same problems of countries that have not invested in assessments. It is evident the external influence in the evaluation system through agreements between Brazilian and international institutions. It is found that there has been major investment in the evaluation system, but little or nothing changes in Brazilian education. The most direct result of this evaluation system was the accountability policy of education professionals for the poor performance of students.
Subject: Evaluation System
Accountability Policy
Editor: Univ Fed São Carlos
São Paulo
Citation: Laplage Em Revista. Univ Fed São Carlos, v. 2, p. 111 - 128, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2016
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