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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.100.2018.tde-20082017-230009
Document
Author
Full name
Bruna Barcellos Mattos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Peres, Ursula Dias (President)
Brelaz, Gabriela de
Leite, Cristiane Kerches da Silva
Massonetto, Luís Fernando
Title in Portuguese
A meta de investimento público do II Plano Nacional de Educação: entre projetos políticos e coalizões
Keywords in Portuguese
Coalizões de defesa
Financiamento educacional
Plano Nacional de Educação
Políticas públicas
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação aborda a temática do financiamento da política educacional brasileira, tendo como objetivo principal a análise do contexto e dos processos políticos que resultaram na aprovação da meta de investimento público do II Plano Nacional de Educação (II PNE) (Lei 13.005/2014). O estudo conta com três principais fontes de informação, quais sejam, i) a revisão bibliográfica acerca da temática do financiamento educacional e da planificação da área, ii) entrevistas com atores da comunidade educacional, além de iii) análise de registros públicos do processo de construção social e tramitação legislativa do plano. O modelo de coalizões de defesa orienta as análises desenvolvidas, aliado à literatura sobre projetos políticos e instrumentos de políticas públicas. Foram identificadas duas coalizões que defendiam interesses, ideias e propostas sobre o tema, tendo influenciado a versão final da meta de investimento público em educação. A primeira coalizão, descrita sob o lema ampliação de recursos públicos para a educação pública, defendeu de maneira preponderante a maior destinação de recursos para as políticas de educação ofertadas exclusivamente pelo setor público, tendo influenciado centralmente a aprovação dos dois principais dispositivos trazidos pela meta 20, quais sejam, a vinculação de recursos como projeção percentual do PIB, o Custo Aluno Qualidade Inicial (CAQi) e o Custo Aluno Qualidade (CAQ). A segunda coalizão, identificada sob o lema ampliação de recursos públicos para a educação, aliada à gestão, defendia uma maior destinação de recursos para a área, contemplando a oferta educacional realizada por atores não-públicos, desde que aliada ao aprimoramento dos mecanismos de gestão do gasto. A análise do processo de construção do plano aponta a existência de múltiplos atores, governamentais e não-governamentais, que buscaram influenciar a formatação final do II PNE, no qual a temática do financiamento teve destaque. O texto final normativo é reflexo desta construção e, embora represente um extensivo e intensivo processo de racionalização decisória, produziu contradições que acabam por prolongar e intensificar a disputa no campo do financiamento educacional
Title in English
Public funding goal on II National Education Plan: between political projects and coalitions
Keywords in English
Advocacy coalition
Education funding
National Education Plan
Public policy
Abstract in English
This dissertation discusses the issues of public education funding in Brazil, and aims to analyze the context and political processes related to the approval of the public investment goal stablished by the II Plano Nacional de Educação (II National Education Plan) (Lei 13.005/2014), based on the identification of actors, strategies, interests and ideas in dispute. The study is based on three main information resources, that is, i) bibliographic research related to the theme of education funding in Brazil, and educational planning, ii) interviews carried out with actors from educational community, besides iii) public documents from the process of social and legislative construction of the II National Education Plan. Advocacy coalition framework guides the presented analysis, along with political project and public policy instruments literature. There have been identified two coalitions defending interests, ideas and propositions to the theme, having influence to the final version of the education funding goal. The first coalition, defined under the term, enlargement of public resources for public education, defended a broader destination of resources to educational public policies carried out exclusively by the public sector, having influence to the approval of two main instruments of the 20 goal, that are, linking resources as a percentage of the PIB (GDP), the Cost of Initial Quality Education per Student (CAQ) and the Cost of Quality Education per Student. The second coalition, identified under the term enlargement of public resources for education, allied to management, defended a broader destination of public resources to the area, including the policies offered by non-state institutions, as long as connected to the enhancement of quality expenditure mechanisms. The analysis of the process points out the existence of multiple social actors, governmental and non-governmental, which sought to influence the II PNE, process in which the education funding theme was central. The final version of the plan reflects this construction and, although represents an extensive and intensive decisional rationalization process, it has produced contradictions that end up prolonging and intensifying the dispute in educational funding arena
 
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2018-04-05
 
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