The objective of this article is to characterize elements of the evolution of Professional Education in Brazil, in the period between the creation of the Schools for Apprentice Craftsmen (1909) and the Capanema Reform (1940s and 50s). For this end we analyse social and pedagogical elements of the aforementioned educational reforms. The historical period in question was important in the creation of the present Federal Network of Professional, Scientific, and Technological Education. The study was qualitative in nature and done by a review of the specialized literature and historical documents (legislations). The importance of this analysis lies in the preservation or restauration of elements of the memory of Brazilian Professional Education.
|State||Published - Jun 2013|