The city of Castelo do Piauí, in the state of Piauí, has been benefited by Ayrton Senna Institute since 2007 and has been achieving good results after “Gestão Nota 10” (“Top Marks Management”) implementation - an educational program developed and implemented by Ayrton Senna Institute which offers management tools to schools’ principals and to Department of Education´s teams as well. It also provides indicators and sets goals to be accomplished.Following Gestão Nota 10´s (“Top Marks Management”) management method, the Department of Education articulated, along with other city hall´s sectors, a multi-sectorial work plan in order to promote public policies focused on children and young people.Indicators´ follow-up is performed inside schools by representatives of Education, Health, Social Assistance, Councils, Public Prosecutor and society´s organizations.“More than checking children’s attendance, teams observe effective learning besides issues related to health, protection and social inclusion. They come to schools every day, thus, cases such as violation, abuse and violence are identified by the educators and referred to the relevant department. Afterwards, they monitor the process and results of those interventions. A child is a whole being, if she or he is not healthy, fed and at peace with themselves and their families, the learning process will be jeopardized”, says Raimunda Alves de Melo, coordinator of “Gestão Nota 10” (“Top Marks Management”) in Castelo do Piauí.
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