The summer school is part of a research project funded by MISHA. It participates in the comparative study but also in the transfer of the results of European sociology on educational policies to Brazilian academics and doctoral students. He also contributes to the methodological reflection of an international project, funded by the FAPESB (Brazilian Research Fund), in the framework of the Call for Proposals 04/2015 – International Cooperation, at INT0014/2016) and the research « Public Policies for the Improvement of Schools: Scientific Socialization, Transposition and Transfer of Results ». This project is coordinated by Dalila Andrade Oliveira (UFMG) in the Study Group on Educational Policies and Teaching Work (GESTRADO) and financed by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development in Brazil (CNPq). This research involves a network of cooperation between researchers from different universities in Latin America and Europe (University of the State of Bahia; Federal University of Minas Gerais; Federal University of Pelotas; Joaquim Nabuco Foundation; Federal Rural University of Pernambuco – Brazil; University of Strasbourg – France; University of Lisbon – Portugal; University of Malaga – Spain ; University of Buenos Aires – Argentina; Pontifical and Catholic University of Valparaíso – Chile), from different countries dedicated to the study on the effects of educational policies and their dissemination and transfer at international level, and their effects on the restructuring of education systems. The research is developed within an international research network linked to the World Education Research Association (WERA). This school is following a doctoral school organized in 2017 jointly within the Graduate School of Education Program (PPGEduC/UNEB: Bahia State University) as an action foreseen in the research « Educational Policies and Restructuring of the Teaching Profession », coordinated by Elizeu Clementino de Souza. A second doctoral school was organized in 2019 by the Institute of Education in the University of Lisbon.