Assembly Schools

All agree that to achieve a normal functioning of the educational system of a country, the regulations should be adequate, clearly understood and respected by all. In this framework, respectful of the existing rules, the discussion today is installed. So declamada self-management of schools during the Decade of the 1990s has succumbed before achieving a minimum level of development. In the first instance, the vaunted self-management was not other things more than the means by which managers of schools tried to give solution to the distressing problems that afflict its institutions. Dramas such as infrastructure deteriorated, inadequate, lack of teaching materials, computers, books, etc .fueron finding solutions through the actions of the Assembly of teachers. Achieved the objectives relating to infrastructure and educational material, was something careless management of the pedagogical. Always schools pedagogically functioned as if they were part of a structure from which they cannot escape, say better, be released.

This assertion is based with the observations that can be made into a walk during a school day. Anything that differs one from another school is there. There are schools located in the mountains, others on the plain, on the end and warm North and up the southern cold. In all of them, in the field or in the center of the cities, the daily activities of children seem to be as a tracing. Are they all children equal? Are they all equal teachers? Does everybody have the same knowledge and equal needs? It is obviously not so. Why in all or almost all schools are reiterated for centuries the same routines? If there are some changes, they are really minimal. Change the modes of relationship between children and teachers, parents and managers, between parents, but school routines don’t change. At least not present substantial changes. Are teachers free to produce such changes? Is it necessary to change? They want teachers produce changes? do may or may not do it? They have freedom of self-management or it was just a fad of the 1990s to do that if we change, but we do not? Those transiting through schools, aggravating the gaze on the daily routines and – within the framework of respect for the rules that ensure the orderly functioning of the system – rethink if teachers continue reiterating the same thing because we wish it so, because we believe that it is better or because we lack freedom and enough self-esteem to do so.