O AUXÍLIO DE FORMAÇÃO PROFISSIONAL DO INSTITUTO FEDERAL DE EDUCAÇÃO, CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA DO TOCANTINS - CAMPUS PALMAS: A ASSISTÊNCIA ESTUDANTIL EM XEQUE
MACEDO, Lívia Fernanda Leal. THE AID TRAINING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FEDERAL INSTITUTE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TOCANTINS - CAMPUS PALMS: STUDENT ASSISTANCE IN CHECK. 2015. 180 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, 2015.
Macedo, Lívia Fernanda Leal
This study investigated the Vocational Training Assistance Program at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Tocantins - IFTO - Campus Palmas, inserted in the search line School Practices and Public Policy Master in Education of the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM) . The objective was to analyze the possible contributions of the Vocational Training Assistance for the realization of objectives of the National Student Assistance Program, which deal with the expansion of conditions of stay of young people in education. The approach used was qualitative research and data collection performed by three sources: observation, analysis of documents of the social service sector IFTO - Campus Palmas and semistructured interviews. The eight research subjects were fellows of integrated high school mode of the program. Data analysis was based on historical and dialectical materialist present. For theoretical background, we used Almeida (2000), Boneti (2006), Teixeira (2002), Silva (2002), Mauriel (2010), Guimarães-Iosif (2009), Gimeno Sacristán (2002), Faleiros (2008) Mota (1995), Romanelli (2009), among others, in addition to the Basic Guidelines of Education Act, n. 9.394 (BRAZIL, 1996) and the National Program of Student assistance, Decree n. 7234/2010 (BRAZIL, 2010), which deal with the rights and the expansion of the permanence of young people in education. It is hoped, through research, contribute to the success in the sense of permanence and social inclusion perspective, the education of scholars living in a reality permeated by social inequalities. The survey results showed that students who were awarded the Vocational Training Assistance obtained significant improvements such as increased family income, reducing social inequalities in schools, increased frequency and school grades, social inclusion, permanence and success in completion of their courses.