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Title: A trajetória de jovens e adultos no PROEJA: um estudo sobre o Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Sul de Minas Gerais - Campus Machado
Other Titles: The trend of young people and adults in PROEJA: a study of the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology in southern Minas Gerais - Campus Machado
Keywords: Educação de adultos;  Educação;  Minas Gerais;  Sucesso no negócio;  Política educacional;  Ensino médio;  Adult education, Education, Minas Gerais;  Success in business;  Educational Policy;  High School
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2012
Abstract: This dissertation has the aim of analyzing PROEJA students success and failure course. We tried, by means of their track, to identify the factor that contributes to the program evasion or stay. In order to develop this paper, qualitative data were obtained by means of interview with the program students. Analyzing the students accounts has the aimed to comprehend the factors which lead to evasion as well as the factors that allowed the stay. We started this study defining the subject matter, the research aim and the reasons that led us to research this topic. It was also defined the place, the population researched and the acquiring data method. In the first chapter, we presented the Brazilian education history as well as EJA history, highlighting PROEJA as one of the politics of educational inclusion in this area. In the second, we dealt with the school failure matter and their explanations to this subject. We presented the interviewed students educational tracks, which reported experiences from their whole school course. In the third chapter we analyzed the interviewed students success school course by reporting their school tracks. In the final considerations we presented reflections on the PROEJA importance as a public politics
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/19879
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