Deborah Jeffrey considers the dangers of a conservative Congress and the federal government not committed to social issues and invalidating the quota system
At Diversidade em Ciência, Ricardo Alexino Ferreira interviews Deborah Christina Jeffrey, Professor in the School of Education, Department of Education Policies, Administration and Systems at UNICamp.
She is the author of the book The System of Continuous Progress: The Case of São Paulo (1998-2004)by Editora da Unesp, and book organizer Educational policy: a theoretical and methodological introduction and integrated education in the Brazilian states: process and policyAnd By Editora CRV and Integrated Education as a Subject of Study: More than Time… Beyond the Spacesby Editora da Universidade do Oeste do Pará, among other works.
Debora has received the following awards: Zumbi dos Palmares, awarded by the Campinas City Council, in 2020; Força da Raça, by the Campinas Black Council for Development and Participation, in 2012, and the 33rd National Prize of the Bunge Youth Foundation, in 2012.
In Diversidade em Ciência, Deborah Jeffrey talks about the ethnic quota system implemented in Brazilian universities.
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