A expansão do Instituto Federal de São Paulo: análise dos indicadores de desempenho
Oliveira, José Ricardo Moraes de
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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of the expansion of the Federal Institute of São Paulo - IFSP, in each of its three phases, on the professional education performance indicators required by the Federal Audit Court (TCU) to evaluate the efficiency, effectiveness and economy of the Federal Institutions of Vocational and Technological Education. It is an exploratory and descriptive research, taking as sources the Management Reports published by the IFSP in the period between 2001 and 2004, called "pre-expansion" and from 2005 to 2016, period of expansion, focusing on the collection and analysis of data referring to the 12 performance indicators of the 31 campuses in operation during this period. As a result of the research, it was concluded that the expansion of the vacancies offered a strong impact, with a decrease in the candidate / vacancy ratio and an increase in the admission / enrollment ratio, which adhesion of the Federal Institute of São Paulo to the Unified Selection System (SiSU) as a process for selecting higher education courses and consolidating the new campuses. The dimension of efficiency and effectiveness was directly influenced by the expansion process due to the number of students entering the new courses implanted in the new campuses to be much higher than the number of students who finished their courses, together with the influence of the high rates of retention of the school flow. The trend of improvement of results in this dimension is driven by pedagogical support actions. In the dimension of adequacy of the teaching workforce, the ratio between the number of students and full-time teachers has been maintained with an average of around 17 students per teacher and the titration index of the teaching staff has increased as new contracted professors already have master's and doctorate degrees and those who are already part of the board receive institutional incentives and their own career to pursue higher degrees of qualification. With regard to the adequacy of the budget, the personnel expenditure indicator remains the same, even as the proportion of investment spending increases during the most acute period of expansion, as the largest share in relation to total expenditures. The social inclusion dimension demonstrates the service to a low income population, providing an expectation of improvement of this condition through professional education for an average of 30% of the student body, through a policy of assistance to the student, allied to actions of socio-pedagogical monitoring.