State deputy Marcus Marcelo (PL) participated, in Brasília, in the National Education Conference (Conae 2024), held from January 28th to 30th. The event, called on an extraordinary basis, had as its theme the National Education Plan for the next 10 years (2024-2034). For the parliamentarian, who is a conference delegate and president of the Education, Culture and Sports Committee of the Legislative Assembly of Tocantins (Aleto), the moment is important for everyone’s access to quality education and the appreciation of professionals.
“This moment is opportune so that we can set our goals and guidelines for quality education for the next ten years and take into account essential points such as the permanence of students in school and the appreciation of professionals”, highlighted Marcus Marcelo.
During the meeting that brought together authorities, students, teachers and scholars from all over Brazil, the construction of the National Education Plan (PNE) was formulated, including problems, causes, objectives, guidelines, goals and strategies, consolidated in the reference document that will be prepared by the National Education Forum.
In total, seven thematic axes were discussed, from guaranteeing the right to quality education to valuing professionals in the classroom.
Members of the Education Workers Union (Sindicato dos Trabalhadores da Educação) were part of the Tocantins delegation at the conference (Synthet), from the State Education Fund (FEE), State Education Council (CEE), between others.
According to the general coordinator of FEE, Sandra Franklin Rocha, Conae is important for the country and consequently for Tocantins, as it provides scope in the construction of public policies for education, based on democratic and participatory debate across Brazilian society. organized. “This movement consolidates the base document with diagnoses and proposals for the evaluation of the current National Education Plan, as well as the elaboration of the new PNE for the next decade.
The president of Sintet, José Roque, believes that the conference is the opportunity to define the best education model and what is most suitable for Brazil. “Our group of workers from Tocantins debate an inclusive education of social quality that can meet the demands of our students. So that we can have an education that prospers and brings quality to workers.”