Governando para além do PISA: conhecimento, redes e narrativas

Palavras-chave: Governança, Política, Conhecimento, Discurso, Narrativa

Resumo

A busca da OCDE por um novo conjunto de prescrições para governança da educação está expresso em seu projeto de Governança de Sistemas Educacionais Complexos (GSEC) que procura combinar a identificação de melhores práticas de organização de sistemas com narrativas especificas de equidade e qualidade baseadas em mensurações que criam uma “robusta base de evidencias” para a política. Este artigo analisa o conteúdo e a direção do  GSEC, considera sua retomada na política na Escócia, especialmente como refletido no rescaldo do relatório da OECD 2015 sobre melhoramentos da educação naquele país e dos resultados do PISA 2016. O texto discute o conteúdo das recomendações, especialmente como relacionam com os conceitos chave de conhecimento, redes e narrativas, e suas tentativas de tradução para a política, e conclui identificando tensões no interior do projeto de governança da própria OCDE.

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Biografia do Autor

Jenny Ozga, University of Oxford

Professor Emeritus, Department of Education,the University of Oxford.

Honorary Professorial Fellow, School of Social and Political Science, the University of Edinburgh.

 

 

 

Margaret A. Arnott, University of the West of Scotland
BA(Hons), PhD, FRSA Professor of Public Policy School of Media, Culture & Society University of the West of Scotland, Room L246 (Elles Building) Paisley PA1 2BE

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Publicado
06-12-2019
Como Citar
OZGA, J.; A. ARNOTT, M. . Governando para além do PISA: conhecimento, redes e narrativas. Roteiro, v. 44, n. 3, p. 1-22, 6 dez. 2019.
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Seção temática: Políticas Educacionais e Organizações Multilaterais