licentiate

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licentiate

a person who has received a formal attestation of professional competence to practise a certain profession or teach a certain skill or subject.
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From the characterization of the participants from the study (Table 1) it was possible to notice that the pattern of youth seeking the Licentiate's degree courses are mostly female gendered, prevalence aged between 18 and 24 years old, with family income between 1 and 3 minimum wages, public school graduates who enrolled in higher education through the entrance exam.
Finally, considering that the state policies for higher education, through distance learning, have been primarily directed to licentiate's degrees, we wonder how the theses and dissertations about DE have been addressing the formation of teachers.
Obviously, in the midst of the systematization and review of those proposals, theoretical and political divergences and barriers emerged, converging to a crucial question: the fact of a licentiate's degree being or not the only form of qualifying a teacher for professional education.
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