Contraditory educational public policies: the literacy in focus
Authors: Sergio Brasil Fernandes, Ronaldo Bernardino Colvero
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In this article, contradictions between public policies that cover literacy, particularly between the National Education Plan – PNE and the National Curricular Common Base – BNCC are address. It is emphasizing the importance of the literacy as a support so that the citizen can fully develop, exercise citizenship and qualify for work. It is evident that the PNE establishes that the children's literacy must occur by the end of the 3rd year of Elementary School – EF, while the BNCC determines that students must be literate by the 2nd year of the EF. This disconnection demonstrates a conflict between legal norms that are hierarchically different, because the PNE is a Law, while the BNCC is a Resolution. Finally, it is emphasized that literacy continues as one of the serious problems of Brazilian education and that its resolution passes, in large part, by the effective work of the school community (management teams, teachers, students, fathers and mothers, etc.) in the schools.