' ' commercialization of ensino' ' it is, also, subject of quarrel in the World-wide Organization of Comrcio (OMC). The periodical Post office of People (19 of June, 2002, P. 10), it displays the public, destacadamente, the conception of education as service: ' ' Commissions of the House of representatives debate inclusion of the Education as service to be negotiated in the General Agreement on Commerce of Services – Gatt.' ' The previous citation translates the interest of the rich countries in dominating a vital sector for the formation of citizens. Here it is great ' ' onda' ': education in in agreement commercial perspective, that is, transformation in merchandise of free commerce to supply globalizantes interests (economic interests). He is ' ' new produto' ' , available in ' ' shelves of mercado' '. (Similarly see: Mitchel Resnick). The access to the education, in this context, is related and conditional to the economic possibilities of the individuals. Observing the configuration of this reality, Gandin (1994, P. 78), it affirms that: If the society as a whole to accept the idea of that the education is not a right, but a merchandise (equal to any another one) to be acquired in the market (that the neoliberal ones insist to be made available to all the individuals in the measure of its ability …), we will have the crystallization of already the existing inaquality of received education.

It resurges, emphatically, the individualistic ethics, spraying the iderio of the people with mottos of the type: ' ' &#039 wins who will be optimum; ' , ' ' she is necessary to be primeiro' ' …. in the educative field, is in evidence a new nomenclature: ' ' competncias' ' , ' ' habilidades' ' , ' ' empregabilidade' ' … that, according to Frigotto (2002, P. 07), ' ' they constitute ideological a social construction, or of the symbolic imperialism of the mercantilista perspective of educao' '.