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FAVERO, Altair Alberto; CENTENARO, Junior Bufon  and  BUKOWSKI, Chaiane. A controlled revolution?. e-Curriculum [online]. 2021, vol.19, n.4, pp.1676-1701.  Epub Apr 12, 2022. ISSN 1809-3876.

The investigative path will seek to answer the following questions: what models of curriculum policy production are intrinsic to the BNCC? What curricular logic is induced by the BNCC? This is a bibliographic study anchored by authors investigating the subject in question, as well as a documentary study, as it will be analyzed, through content analysis, materials published between 2017 and 2020 on the Ministry of Education websites and two movements composed of business foundations (BARDIN, 2011). It is evident that the BNCC is presented in the analyzed materials as a democratic and innovative transformation for education. However, when investigating its construction process and the adopted curricular policy model, this study states that the Base reissues historically questioned models and constitutes itself as a curriculum centralization policy.

Keywords : BNCC; Curriculum policy; Centralization policy; Education.

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