A constituição da subjetividade docente no Brasil: um contexto global

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Ball, S.J., Bailey, P., Mena, P., del Monte, P., Santori, D., Tseng, C., Young, H. and Olmedo, A. (2013). A constituição da subjetividade docente no Brasil: um contexto global. Revista Educação em Questão. 46 (32), pp. 9-36. https://doi.org/10.21680/1981-1802.2013v46n32ID5114
AuthorsBall, S.J., Bailey, P., Mena, P., del Monte, P., Santori, D., Tseng, C., Young, H. and Olmedo, A.
Abstract

Este artigo explora aspectos das reformas educacionais que estão ocorrendo no Brasil, relacionando-os com uma ‘visão global’que se aproxima das tendências e semelhanças que podem ser encontradas nas reformas educativas neoliberais em todo o mundo. Nós vamos delinear inúmeros processos inter-relacionados que se fazem presentes na escola como um local de trabalho, incluindo a intensificação do trabalho docente, a flexibilização da força de trabalho no ensino e a liberação da oferta de serviços na educação pública. O que será mostrado é que esses processos tem sido determinados por políticas neoliberais em escala global, por intermédio de uma combinação de privatizações endógenas e exógenas. As reformas que ocorrem no Brasil, e em muitos lugares, agem poderosamente não somente sobre as práticas e os valores da educação pública, mas também sobre as relações sociais no interior da escola e no entorno e para além do escolar. Elas tem um impacto significativo sobre o profissionalismo docente e opera para constituir docentes e suas subjetividades como performance e competição. Embora enfatizemos tendências gerais das reformas educativas neoliberais, também assistimos a algumas políticas locais específicas em inúmeros países.

Year2013
JournalRevista Educação em Questão
Journal citation46 (32), pp. 9-36
PublisherFederal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)
ISSN1981-1802
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.21680/1981-1802.2013v46n32ID5114
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