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Alves Natália & Canário Rui (2002). « The New Magistracy of Influence: changing governance of education in Portugal ». European Educational Research Journal, vol. 1, n° 4, novembre, p. 656–666. En ligne : < ... _4&id=>. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Alves2002
Categories: General
Keywords: gouvernance, Portugal
Creators: Alves, Canário
Collection: European Educational Research Journal
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This article considers the impact of recent changes in the governance of education in Portugal, drawing on interviews with Portuguese politicians and administrators centrally involved in education policy-making in the last 15 years. The interview data reveal a strong focus on the school as a vehicle for building democracy in Portugal. The school remains central to a project of enhancing social justice and supporting community, but at the same time there are concerns about the capacity of the school to cope with pressure for change. The same ambiguity is present in system actors’ view of teachers: they are central to policy but also judged to be inadequate to meeting the need for change. The interviews also draw attention to the expanded role of supra-national and transnational agencies in policy-making in Portugal, and the emerging ‘magistracy of influence’ that is engaged in these networks.
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