The Reform Of Higher Education

2015-10-12 - 04:18 | News | Tags: , , |

If the Government and institutions of higher education (IES) are able to structure a reform whose scope and specificity to cover all aspects and conditions to achieve the coverage and quality objectives and strengthen the public University, is welcome.The structuring of a reform in line with the requirements of national development and the era assumes an honest analysis of the economic and financial situation of the public University and the academic education in general, and of political decision of the administrative responsibilities and budgetary minimum necessary to achieve the announced objectives.Juridico sort, which becomes the observance of the Constitution of 1991, is oriented to serve to a perverse development model, promoted by multilateral financial institutions, in the service of the goals of the Washington consensus, whose basic principle is to ensure the free actions of the capital.One of the objectives and trends in national economic model is the progressive reduction of the funding from the State for guaranteeing fundamental rights such as health and education sectors, to release fiscal availability and ensure the fulfilment of the commitments with the financial sector nationally and internationally. They succeeded because the health system make a vulgar business. It is necessary to defend public education, as a fundamental right.In articles 67, 68 and 69 of the Constitution of 91, education ceases to be sole responsibility of the State and passes to be shared with the family and society (article 69 C. P.)The reduction in the financing of the public University during the validity of the law 30 of 1992 is a fact undeniable and responsible for the financial crisis that threatens the growth of coverage, academic quality and the future of that.In 1993, the budgetary contribution of the State accounted for 84 per cent of the total revenue of the public University. Already in 2008 has had been reduced to 51 per cent. .