Regulatory devices and induction policies



High School Reform, Implementation of policies, Privatization of education


The text analyzes the High School reform initiated in 2016 in Brazil. Its objective is to analyze the regulations resulting from the approval of the Law and government actions for its implementation, considered, in the article, as policies that induce. This is documentary research. It discusses normative devices and induction programs based on a specialized bibliography and problematizes, especially, the implications resulting from the centrality acquired by the privatization of public education.

Article published in Portuguese at Educere et Educare, [S. l.], v. 18, n. 47, p. 113–129, 2023. DOI: 10.48075/educare.v18i47.30708. Available at: https://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/ educereeteducare/article/view/30708.

Biografia do Autor

Monica Ribeiro Silva, Universidade Federal do Paraná - UFPR

She completed her post-doctoral studies at the Faculty of Education at UNICAMP, received her Ph.D. in Education: History, Policy, and Social Sciences from PUC-São Paulo (2003), obtained her Master's degree in Education from UFSCar, and earned her undergraduate degree in Pedagogy from UNESP Araraquara. She coordinates the Research Group "Observatório do Ensino Médio" and the network "EMpesquisa" - a national network of research groups on Secondary Education. She is the local coordinator of the PROCAD Amazônia Project carried out through a partnership between UFPA, UFPR, and UFAC. She is also a member of the Capes PrInt UFPR program.

Adriana Martins Oliveira, Universidade Federal do Acre - UFAC

She holds a Ph.D. in Education from UFPR, a Master's degree in Education from UFF, and an undergraduate degree in Pedagogy from UFAC. She is a member of the Research Group on Education Studies and Research (UFAC/Campus Floresta); the Research Group "Observatório do Ensino Médio" (UFPR); and the National Research Network on Secondary Education - "Ensino Médio Pesquisa" (EMPesquisa).





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