DATA COLECTOR IN THREE PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF VIANA AND CAZENGA MUNICIPALITIES – LUANDA
Socio-economic changes occurring in the world and in the Angolan society, particularly in Luanda, forcing families to adopt a rate of atypical life based on the demand for goods for survival. This undermines the healthy relationship between parents and children, and hampers the complex task of preparing the new generations to adulthood. Responsibility neglected by the family is left to school, turning it into a fulfilling educational institution of a set of expectations, custody, socialization, education and certification.
For a better reflection of the problem, we drew up an overall goal and four specific, essentially based on the understanding of the expectations of EE School and the function of the knowledge level of the current school and family in the educational process, a systemic perspective.
He broke for a survey to which he was elected the quantitative paradigm, given the extent of the selected sample and the need to collect more data on the subject. The exploratory and descriptive nature of the study mobilized the document analysis and questionnaire survey, as privileged investigative techniques. The empirical research conducted in three schools of the Cazenga and Viana municipalities (Luanda). IV
The current design of the school function presents contradictions for the educational community, for the family delegates its mission of education to school, of course, undergoes and accommodates up to the pedagogical project designed, often on the margins of the community's real needs and the student.