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Escola e exclusão social: das promessas às incertezas

Natália Alves and Rui Canário
Análise Social
Vol. 38, No. 169 (Inverno de 2004), pp. 981-1010
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41011844
Page Count: 30
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Abstract

As políticas educativas das duas últimas décadas caracterizaram-se pelo conflito entre uma lógica de modernização e uma lógica de democratização. Com base em documentos representativos da governação socialista e em entrevistas a decisores, quadros do ME e professores, são discutidos os novos modos da regulação do sistema educativo e a sua articulação com os fenómenos da inclusão/exclusão social. Les politiques éducatives qui ont marqué ces deux dernières décennies se caractérisent par une dualité conflictuelle entre une logique de modernisation et une logique de démocratisation, récemment transformée en « lutte contre l'exclusion sociale ». Partant de l'analyse des documents les plus représentatifs de la gouvernance socialiste et d'interviews réalisés à des décideurs politiques, à des cadres supérieurs du ME et à des professeurs, l'article discute les nouveaux modes de régulation du système éducatif et son articulation avec les phénomènes de l'inclusion/exclusion sociale. Over the last twenty years education policy has been characterised by a conflict between modernization and democratization, which has recently become the « struggle against social exclusion ». By studying some of the more representative documents from the period of socialist government and conducting interviews with political decision-makers, top officials of the Ministry of Education and teachers, the authors discuss the new mechanisms for regulating the school system and their linkages with the phenomena of social inclusion and exclusion.

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