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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The School Context And The Dynamic Working Of The Collegiate Agencies: A Contribution The Debate Over School Management [o Contexto Escolar E A Dinâmica De órgãos Colegiados: Uma Contribuição Ao Debate Sobre Gestão De Escolas]
Author: Martins A.M.
Abstract: This text analyses data obtained through research on the State Center of Technological Education Paula Souza, in the state of São Paulo, jurisdiction over technique schools; in the attempt to comprehend the tension that appears in the school context concerning the relation between directors, teachers, pedagogic coordinators, parents and students when they are congregate in collegiate agencies and in pedagogic meetings. A bigger study was integrated to this research in order to verify the issues which affect the school management and the building process of the pedagogic, financial and administrative autonomy of the technique schools based on their relations with the main agencies (degree and level of autonomy in the curricular organization and in the issues related to financing and school management); the internal democracy indicators; the directors relation with parents, teachers and students; the relationship between teachers and students; the workings of collegiate agencies; the partnerships, the external assessment of the management; the teachers' and students' opinion about the idea of a good director; the directors' idea of good teachers and good students. As we had already mentioned, this text will only discuss some issues that affect the working of the collegiate agencies in the school context.
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Date Issue: 2008
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