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American Journal of Educational Research. 2015, 3(12), 1559-1564
DOI: 10.12691/EDUCATION-3-12-12
Original Research

The Community Higher Education Institutions in Brazil Mission and Vision

Sirlei de Lourdes Lauxen1, and Maria Luísa M. Cerdeira2,

1Doutora emEducação/UFRGS.Professora do PPG emPráticasSocioculturais e Desenvolvimento Social – UNICRUZ/BR. BolsistaPNPD/CAPES emEstágioPós-Doutoral/UFRGS

2Doutora emEconomia da Educação- UL/PT.Professora do Instituto de EducaçãonaUniversidade de Lisboa/PT. Presidente do Fórum de Gestão do Ensino Superior nosPaíses e Regiões de Língua Portuguesa- FORGES

Pub. Date: November 25, 2015

Cite this paper

Sirlei de Lourdes Lauxen and Maria Luísa M. Cerdeira. The Community Higher Education Institutions in Brazil Mission and Vision. American Journal of Educational Research. 2015; 3(12):1559-1564. doi: 10.12691/EDUCATION-3-12-12

Abstract

This text analyzes community institutions and their role in community development. It presents a qualitative approach, using the analysis of content, graphics, and document analysis to point results. In the history and trajectory, it highlights the representation of twelve percent of higher education enrollments in Brazil. The social role of universities in Rio Grande do Sul state, reveals the connection of institutions with local and regional communities, the commitment to social responsibility and the results of practices and services related to education, research and extension.

Keywords

community institutions, social responsibility, local and regional development.

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