Teacher education and ethnic/racial content in ANPEd’s journal Revista Brasileira de Educação from 1995 through 2015

ABSTRACT Our goal is to analyze the focus of studies on race, ethnicity and teacher formation published in Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Educação Revista Brasileira de Educação, from 1995 to 2015. By correlating bibliographic and documentary sources, the qualitative approach was the main path of research. The predominance of the race-related subject matters was evidenced in the analysis, followed by ethnics. Correlation between race, ethnicity and other social features that characterize exclusion processes also composed the sample. Another important aspect to be highlighted was that the creation of the Study Group 21 and the Working Group 21 of that association and approval of laws 10,639/2003 and 11,645/2008 seem to directly influence the expansion of publications about racial-ethnic issues in Revista Brasileira de Educação.