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SOUZA, Janaína Moreira Pacheco de  e  SENNA, Luiz Antonio Gomes. STUDENTS DESERVE A SCHOOL THAT DEVELOPS SKILLS. Rev. Exitus [online]. 2017, vol.7, n.1, pp.269-288.  Epub 14-Maio-2019. ISSN 2237-9460.

This bibliographic survey arises reflections about Brazilian contemporary efforts towards the universal access to school. As a base for discussion we bring about the contributions of some Illuminist philosophers which used Education as a tool for citizenship, what still remains in today´s educational discourses, concerned with the promotion of learning equity. Aiming to analyze the role of school and its teachers exert in this process – granting students to access and remain in school – in the sequence of this paper, the reader will find some questions related to the process of knowledge construction, which permeates both, those who teach, and those who learn. The central idea defended here is that the process of school universalization depends on discussions involving all instances of the teaching process, followed by the assimilation by teachers regarding their real roles in school education and, at least, the enhancement of Education into official policies and governor targets. Conceptual references from: Senna (2007; 2008), Becjer (1993), Berticelli (2004) and Libaneo (2012; 2013), indicate that the pedagogic alternatives – real or ideal, into/for school routines – are the ones that ensure the development of citizenship.

Palavras-chave : Citizenship; Knowledge; School.

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