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Redefinition of the Role of the State in Brazil: implications of the management model for administration policies for basic education

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Author(s): Regina Tereza Cestari de Oliveira | Maria Dilnéia Espíndola Fernandes

Journal: Educação : Teoria e Prática
ISSN 1517-9869

Volume: 19;
Issue: 32;
Start page: 57;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: State | third sector | Brazilian public education | administration model | administration of basic education

ABSTRACT
This article presents the main elements of the Brazilian State reform project, expressed in the document known as the Guiding Plan for the Reform of the State Apparatus (1995), in which reference is mainly to the alterations in the public administration bureaucracy for public management administration. This reform institutes newregulation relationships between public and private and transfers to civil society, particularly to the third sector, characterized as the non-state public, the execution of a double role: provide social and scientific services and exercise social control. In this way, civil society is called on to act, in fact, as a space for the transference of state responsibilities. Thus, here the attempt is made to discuss the implications of these changes for the management policies of basic education, emphasizing that teaching systems, especially the municiple system, sought to align themselves with theadministration model, which has as a basis the principle of efficiency, with emphasis on results.
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