Avaliação de implementação do curso de graduação tecnológica em gestão de coopertivas – UFRN/PRONERA
Arruda, Eloisa Varela Cardoso de
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This research aimed to evaluate the process of implementation of the Cooperative Manegment Technological Graduation Course offered by the Federal Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform (INCRA) and the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). This dissertation focuses on the adoption of the principles that guide the National Program for Education and Agrarian Reform (PRONERA), as well as the political, social and economic growth of the Federal Settlement Projects (PAS) and rural communities that benefit from the National Program of Land Funding, located in the cities of Pureza and Jandaíra, respectively. We proceeded with bibliographical review, giving special attention to Poulantzas (1980), Höfling (2001), Souza (2006), Frey (2000) Belloni; Magalhães and Souza (2009), Azevedo (2010) Caldart (2004; 2010), Molina and Jesus (2004); Andrade and Di Pierro (2004; 2010) and Munarim (2011). Then there was the documental analysis of the main documents that guide the Program, aoong with the semi-structured interviews of subjects involved with the Cooperative Management Course. Analysis show the PRONERA principles were effectively adopted, except for the principles of Inclusion, Participation and Partnership, which were only partially carried out due to difficulties in mobilizing social actors and fulfill the demands of agrarian social movements. Results point out that the course implementation observes not only the PRONERA principles but also the ones related to agrarian vocational education policies and the wholesome humane development.