n. 56 - DA BUROCRACIA À PROFISSÃO: RECONSTRUINDO O SETOR EDUCACIONAL PARA O SÉCULO 21

Jal Mehta

Resumo


O artigo examina os desafios enfrentados pela escola americana e as razões para o fracasso persistente das reformas escolares para alcançar resultados educacionais bem-sucedidos em larga escala. Com base em pesquisa de uma variedade de campos e disciplinas, mostra uma perspectiva “setorial” sobre a reforma educacional, explorando como essa mudança de pensamento poderia ajudar os diferentes atores interessados na educação a produzir práticas de qualidade em todo o país.


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políticas educacionais; reformas educacionais; profissionalização

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