Educational evaluation and codetermination of school production

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This article is about school evaluation. The objective was to explain critically the mediating relationships between educational evaluation and the production of school knowledge from the perspective of the Dialectical Historical Materialism. With this interest, a documentary analysis was made, obtaining as result four explanatory categories: production, subsumption, distribution and exchange of knowledge, which form a concrete totality with distinctions and antagonistic relationships between them, limited by their opposite. It is concluded that the evaluation as a mediating form lacks antagonistic pair and consequently of control by opposition, emerging from the school daily as autonomous and sovereign entity, oppressive of school subjects.

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Remolina-Caviedes, J. F. (2020). Educational evaluation and codetermination of school production. Ensaio, 28(106), 135–155. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0104-40362019002701629

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