EJA and Teaching Work in Freedom Deprivation Spaces

Paula Cabral Elenice Maria Cammarosano Onofre Maria Hermínia Lage Fernandes Laffin About the authors


This paper analyzes the emphasis of educational policies for Youth and Adult Education (EJA), focusing on the modality in Brazilian penal units. From this movement, relationships established with research in the field that deals with the work of teachers in spaces of deprivation and restriction of freedom. The production, with a qualitative approach, is the result of bibliographic studies and documentary analysis. The reflections presented allow us to understand aspects of educational guidelines and studies in the area, articulated to the consequences for teaching work, given clashes and consensus produced in the context of neoliberal reforms.

Youth and Adult Education; Spaces of Restriction and Deprivation of Liberty; Public Policies; Teachers’ Work.

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