Inserção profissional dos egressos da primeira turma de pedagogia da terra da Universidade Federal de São Carlos/ SP (2008-2011)
Almeida, Viviane Aparecida Ribeiro de
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The first course in Earth Pedagogy of the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) is a result of the struggle and demand of the social and trade union movements of the countryside, conceived and carried out through a partnership between Social Movements, UFSCar, National Education Program in Agrarian Reform (PRONERA) and the National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) in order to promote access to education for the population living in the countryside. The study seeks to investigate the professional insertion of the graduates of the first group of Pedagogy of the Earth of the Federal University of São Carlos / SP, expectations and challenges encountered in the period between 2011 to 2018. The research contemplates bibliographical analyzes, documentaries and semi-structured interviews. The cut used for the study on the right to education for the rural population is from the Federal Constitution of 1988, which declares the guarantee of equality of access and permanence in the school to all, however, the offer of state public policies take place under the neoliberalism. In this context, fighting for public policies, even if they are state-owned, enabled the rural population to access, stay and complete the first course of Land Pedagogy of the state of São Paulo at a federal university (UFSCar). Presenting the historical process of the course is the openness to understand the perspectives and challenges faced by the graduates between the academic, professional and personal life inside the camp or settlement between 2011 to 2018, considering the specificities of PRONERA and INCRA that establish criteria capable of include and exclude egress from the benefits and financing available to beneficiaries of Agrarian Reform. The research sought to contribute to studies in the area of education, specifically regarding the contradiction between training policy and the possibility of the settlers and / or camped to practice the profession for which they were prepared.
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