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Teacher’s Council in a Top Rated School

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For content published from 1960-2001, see International Journal of Comparative Sociology.

This research aimed to understand the judgments made about students during the teacher’s council in a top rated school at Rio de Janeiro. These meeting is a collective assessment place, exceptionally adequate to perceive through the speeches of the agents how the school classification system is produced and reproduced (Bourdieu). The school attends middle to upper class students. It was observed that the evaluation criteria have academic origin, but are not strictly academic. Cutting class will operate in the kind of attitudes towards school (docility and academic aptitude). The desired profile is middle class students which families adhere more easily to the values and school who have the necessary cultural goodwill. The social selectivity at the school is distinctive selectivity.

Affiliations: 1: Universidade do Estado do Rio de JaneiroBrasil Rua São Francisco Xavier, 524/12º andar Maracanã – Rio de JaneiroBrasil


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