Olhares e Interfaces: Reflexoes Criticas Sobre a Avaliacao [Almerindo Janela Afonso] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pensar. Almerindo Janela Gonçalves Afonso. Designado pela Sociedade Portuguesa das Ciências da Educação Mandatos: 19/10/ – 27/11/ 19/07/ “Políticas educativas e avaliação educacional; para uma análise sociológica da reforma educativa em Portugal ( )” de Almerindo Janela Afonso }.
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The emergence of accountability in the portuguese education system. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. The issue of accountability has gained a renewed social, political and educational importance. Write a review Rate this item: This brief theoretical and conceptual framework is then applied to some aspects of the Portuguese educational reality and we conclude that the issue of accountability is still, in this specific context, relatively recent and uncertain.
From this examination she will try to answer four questions: View all subjects More like this Similar Items. Globalization In the final decades of the 20th century, the impact of globalization on educational policies began, creating an internationally structured agenda for the area, according to the researcher. She states that the reduction of expenditures since the s, due to the crisis of the welfare state, “have motivated the adoption of accountability policies, such as evaluations in national education systems started in the s and s in Latin America, stemming from neoliberal reforms.
In the global education agenda, quality and its assessment are one of the political priorities, says Barreyro.
In the case of higher education in the s, policies to measure its quality began, initiating the first phase of the ‘Evaluating State,’ an expression jxnela by British sociologist Guy Neave in Preview this item Preview this item. You may have already requested this item.
She highlights the contributions to that change provided by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade GATT, which was in force untiland by the World Trade Organization negotiations for the inclusion of education in the liberalization of trade in goods and services. How to janrla this article. Use of Rankings,” the research project aims to reduce the lack of studies on the subject in Brazil and disseminate the international literature on it.
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Subjects Non-formal education — Social aspects — Brazil. For her, rankings have introduced the logic of competition between institutions in a global perspective and generated impacts on national and institutional policies, “despite their methodological limitations. The material is being studied from the avonso analysis of the discourse oriented by categories, to be detected in the course of examining the texts.
Mainly almerlndo some of the key ground in the current European debate on the subject, this text aims to highlight some of the central axes of and constraints on current education policies, against a background in which the role of the State is changing. Your rating has been recorded. Finding libraries that hold this item Among the educational policies of this phase of globalization, Barreyro identifies the emergence of international university rankings as a new way of dealing with quality on a global scale in the first decade of the centuryimpacting regional and national scales.
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On this competition, she cites the evaluation of two authors, Rahul Choudana and Hans de Wit, who assert that the knowledge economies of the OECD uanela require highly qualified professionals and must resort to immigrants with this profile, since their population is aging and has diminished the interest of their young people in the hard sciences. There is also a role model of the “world-class university,” institutions dedicated to “applied and if possible profitable research.
Regarding, more specifically, education, the contributions that have the almwrindo of accountability at their core are still few, particularly in countries where democratic political regimes are relatively recent.