In a ceremony scheduled for 9:30 am on Thursday, 23, in the Noble Hall of the Federal Chamber, the Parliamentary Front in Defense of Public Schools will be launched.
Under the presidency of the deputy Professor Goreth (PDT-AP), The initiative promises to play an important role in the legislative decision-making process, uniting parliamentarians around policies that directly or indirectly impact the country’s educational system.
To the Professor Goreth, The Parliamentary Front in Defense of Public Schools inaugurates a significant milestone in favor of Brazilian education.
According to the parliamentarian, the initiative promises to play an important role in the legislative decision-making process, uniting parliamentarians around policies that directly or indirectly impact the country’s educational system.
The Parliamentary Front will prioritize ten thematic axes: Full-Time Education; Didactic Material and Learning Tools; Protagonism and Student Assistance; Recomposing Learning in the Post-pandemic; Restorative Pedagogy; Impact and Community Engagement of Public Schools, Infrastructure and School Environment; Inclusion, Equity and Diversity; Connectivity and Technological Inclusion; and Valuing Public School Workers.
The president of the Front, deputy Professor Goreth, renowned for its commitment to education, expresses its confidence in the initiative’s ability to effect substantial change: “We are joining forces to build a better future for our students and school communities. Education is key to the development of a more just and equal society, and our Front is determined to play an active role in this process.”
The Parliamentary Front stands out for its proactive approach, aiming not only to defend public schools, but also to play an active role in formulating policies that promote significant advances in education. The mobilization of parliamentarians around this cause highlights the importance attributed to the educational issue at the legislative level.
The launch of the Front will be attended by parliamentarians, educators, education specialists, representatives of the Ministry of Education (MEC), Education Forum, National Council of Education Secretaries (Consed), National Union of Municipal Education Directors (Undime) , National Union of Municipal Education Councils (Uncme), Todos pela Educação, Profissão Docente, Aprendis Brasil, Federal Senate and others interested in promoting quality public education in Brazil.
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