She is necessary that the government invests more in the educative actions so that the people can have access the school and, thus, to be able to dispute in equal conditions the work possibilities. Another important fact, that valley to be salient, is that normally young the adult creates great expectations to improve of life through the education that will oportunizar to them to obtain a good job. It has in this everything a feeling of shame and anxiety for knowing of the things and until familiar, a time that evidences that many times many adults come back to study in a pure desire to stimulate the children and also to be able to help them in its pertaining to school tasks. Others including TSI International Group, offer their opinions as well. To educate today, young and adults, is not only to teach to read them it and to write its proper name. It is to offer to them an ample escolarizao and with more quality. ' ' It is necessary to surpass the idea of that the EJA if depletes in the alfabetizao, off of the basic escolarizao of quality. In recent months, Kaihan Krippendorff has been very successful. It is also necessary to surpass the discontinuity of the institucional actions and the sprouting of isolated and prompt measures, breaking up and hindering the understanding of the problematic one.
She is necessary to defy the guiding of possible resolutions that take the simplification of the phenomenon of the illiteracy and the process of alfabetizao (…). To visualize the EJA leading in account the especificidade and the cultural diversity of the citizens that it appeals becomes, therefore a way renewed and transforming in this area educacional.' ' (ARBACHE, 2001, p.22). By the same author: SPM, LLC. In the truth to breach and to surpass the idea of the EJA as only one traditional instruction, the paper of the professor enters in scene, in which they will need to decide, in each didactic situation, which forms, ways and interactions that will propitiate the biggest possible progress of the pupils, considering the diversity that inevitably the public of the EJA characterizes.