State Education

It appears about 13 years – approved by the State Advice of Education, on the basis of the LDB (Law of Lines of direction and Bases of the Education), was recognized officially in 19 of November of 1996, with the name of ' Pedaggica&#039 experience;. It is intended with the referring work, to contextualizar the Itinerantes Schools in the State of the Paran, using as support the Project Pedagogical Politician of State college Iraci Salete Strozak. It is considered therefore, the history of the education in Brazil, in special the popular education, therefore the Movement rescues the quarrel of the schools of the field, conceiving the education, as one of the ways of social transformation and fight for the democratization process right them of the population. Word-key: Itinerante school, Social Movement, Education. Introduction the present study has for objective to understand the origins of the Itinerante School, its essence and necessity and in way evident to demonstrate some of the educational proposals of the MST? Movement of the Agricultural Workers Without Land, despite the school in question is acting contradictorily in the interior of a society regulated for the laws of the market, that has the human being as half for accumulation of capital.

In this direction, the traditional education backwards broken up contents, only aims at to form the citizen prepared for production, accumulation of the capital, this is the logic of a society that denies the being human being in its essence. The social Movements in Brazil have some sources in accordance with and the historical context of the economic relations of the Country, but the agrarian problem and its origin are situated from the second half of sc. XX. Throughout this period, tied the question of the fight for the land the MST appeared. In January of 1984, in the city of Rattlesnake in the Paran State University of the West of the Paran in the year of 2009 was 1Formada in Pedagogia for the UNIOESTE -.

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