Movement Party School without gaining strength in the country, but divides teachersmovement of ideas turned into the bills that the National Congress, states and municipalities.
With the impeachment of former President Dilma Rousseff and a country politically divided – as it turned out at the polls in 2014 – without the Party School movement gained force in the country, in the speech that teachers can not provide students with any kind of positioning, is political, ideological or religious. movement of ideas turned into the bills pending in Congress, states and municipalities. On the teacher, the Agency Brazil talked with teachers to know what they think of the proposal.
“The Party School project without deepen the insecurity of working in room”, says Professor Gina Vieira Albuquerque Bridge, who teaches for the 9th grade of elementary school and the final years of elementary school of the Youth and Adult Education (COME) in Elementary Education Center (CEF) 20 Ceilândia and CEF 02, no Federal District.
“Refers to a teacher who transmits an encyclopedic knowledge. Being a teacher is more complex, our practice begins when you put your foot inside the school and come across students with racist attitudes. A teacher merely will not do anything, but an educator will make an intervention”.
With the project Women Inspiring, Gina, He won at least four awards: Brazil teachers, Human Rights Education in School, Ibero-American Prize for Human Rights Education “Oscar Arnulfo Romero” and Premium Building Gender Equality.
“Throughout the project I came across students who presenciavam parents beating mothers and that was naturalized. Faced with a context School without party that could not be addressed. The project is not to think an education that can promote social change, promote respect for diversity, tolerance and understanding of social contradictions”, says.
second Gina, teachers issuing partisan positions or other abusive should be punished, but this is already included in the current rules governing the profession. The School without party would other types of insecurity because, she said, relativize what is abuse. “If abuses occur, we, teachers, We are the first to say that it should be terminated. It is lack of professional ethics. What makes this legal provision, However, It is to reach the teacher who is highly conscious of the profession, that is perceived as an educator”.
A psychologist and professor Luciana Hass, who teaches Portuguese at the Municipal School of Belo Horizonte defends the measure. “It is important we have a school without a party because, in a free society, schools should not act as a center of indoctrination”, says. She argues that, as far as possible, teachers should provide students with all the information they can.
according to Luciana, there is a lack of understanding for the project of those who criticize. as, according to her, is to protect the academic freedom. “School Without party is to make teachers show all sides. They have to pass the knowledge neutrally. As neutral as possible”.
She says, day to day, when faced with texts that are more focused on particular ideology, it seeks other to show other views. “Opponents say that you can not work policy. Quite the opposite, It should, sim, work political affairs. Other day, I saw an interesting job in which children said what they expected the city mayor, what they expected to do good. Imagine if I worked this partisan way, talking about some party. Let's not talk party, but we can deal with political issues”.
no Party School Origins
The Party School without movement was founded in 2004 the Prosecutor of Justice of São Paulo, Miguel Nagib. In 2014, It gained strength when it became the Bill 2974/2014, presented at the State Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (Alerj). The movement released, So, two models of bills, state and municipal.
Nationally, similar projects proceed through both the House of Representatives – Bill (PL) 867/2015, authored by Mr Lucas Izalci (PSDB-DF) – as the Senate – Senate Bill (PLS) 193/2016, authored by Senator Magno Malta (PR-ES).
In open public consultation on the site of the Senate, a majority manifests against the bill, by a small difference. altogether, till Friday (14), 183.604 (48,1%) were favorable, While 197.765 (51,9%) were contrary.