As tendências educativas e aspectos legais da supervisão presentes nos termos de visita da diretoria de ensino de Itapetininga: 1960 a 2000
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The present study aimed to investigate the presence of educational tendencies and the national and state law effect that permeated the teaching supervision action of the School Board of Itapetininga's region between 1960 and 2000. This elements were collated with the supervisor practice, with the analysis results of the files of the terms of business, made by the own supervisors, because of the periodic visits to the schools. To develop the research, we advocate to problematize how the educational tendencies and the legal assumptions emerged in the education supervision practice, owing to the disclosures organized in the file of the terms of business, and by these information as primary source where we try to recover and understand the supervisory action profile and its reverberation in the school environment. We use the bibliographic review as research method, that subsidized the discussions through the way, limits and perspectives of the supervisory action in the light of the educational tendencies who influenced this action and the legal devices who promoted it, beyond the documental research, which focalized the terms of business analysis as a repository of the supervisory actions and experiences. The final considerations and results allege that: the education supervision constitutes and was promoted in the center of the legal rights who determined and characterized it, so the legal constitutives subsidized and defined, fundamentally, the supervisory styles and actions, delimiting competences, powers and tasks that should be fulfilled by the regulatory obligations: the education tendencies studied were present in the terms of business during the four decades of research some praviling, others more scattered; the files demonstrated that the non-critic aproach assumptions but the traditional and technicist prevailed in the supervision job along this researched four decades.