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1 attest, the Inter Project represented a theoretically sophisticated proposal that implicated a methodologically complex process of curriculum design, making it difficult for KNOWLEDGE AND CURRICULUM 31 many teachers in the São Paulo schools to put into practice, given various intervening factors among which were the limited training of teachers and inconsistent technical support provided by the secretariat. But the fact that many educators continued to make an effort to work within this bold proposal for curriculum change within an innovative pedagogic paradigm of constructivist and Freirean foundations—one year after the PT’s demise—speaks to the longterm impact of the Inter Project experience on the municipal schools of Sao Paulo and above all, on the teachers who most vividly lived this experience.
Still he recognized the positive impact of the Inter Project inasmuch as “it turned teachers into researchers…. If they were willing, they could become active participants in the KNOWLEDGE AND CURRICULUM 37 process of educational planning. The secretariat saw teachers as professionals and as professionals they had their rights as well as their obligations. ” Reflecting on the general experience of the Inter Project, Francisco remained steadfast in his belief in education as a transformative tool: “As an educator I do not like to maintain a partisan outlook.
Another somewhat larger minority maintained a conservativetraditionalist position rejecting the project on both pedagogical and political grounds. As in the case of Dona Teresa presented here, such teachers perceived their role as restricted solely to imparting basic skills and the fundamental elements of universalized knowledge, eschewing any political association to the act of educating as leftist demagoguery. Not surprisingly, these teachers expressed their resistance in a range of responses to the PT project, anywhere from apathy to fervent and vocal opposition.