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PERSPECTIVE OF
EDUCATION
Education and National Development
• Advance Socialise:
• In advance socialise, science and education are the
main develop...
Education and National Development
(cont..)
• The awareness of high cost-efficiency of
investment into education has world...
Viewpoint of the developed European
countries:
• The viewpoint of the developed European
countries is that “Europe has to ...
Viewpoint of the developed European
countries: (cont..)
• In European union, investments into research,
education and prof...
Transition imposes new demands on
population:
•People have to master new skills,
the skills that will qualify them for a
s...
Research conducted by the World
Bank:
• The research conducted by the World Bank
shows that advanced transitional countrie...
Educational system is to be upgraded:
•However, an educational system is to
be upgraded, it is necessary to design
such a ...
General long-term objectives of
education:
• The most general long-term objectives of
education in developed countries are...
European commission says:
• Education has to contribute to three most
important objectives:
• To the development of an ind...
Conclusion:
• It is necessary to learn throughout one’s life, but it
is not possible to attend school throughout one’s
lif...
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Education and national development

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Education and national development

  1. 1. PERSPECTIVE OF EDUCATION
  2. 2. Education and National Development • Advance Socialise: • In advance socialise, science and education are the main development factors. This is because education essentially stimulates the quality of human capital on which depend the successful use of available natural resources and monetary capital of a country. This is why some little countries, which are rather poor in natural resources can be explained by their development policy, which has promoted science and education, making them their national developmental priorities.
  3. 3. Education and National Development (cont..) • The awareness of high cost-efficiency of investment into education has worldwide become largely accepted today, which is a apparent from percentages of GDP that governments allocate for formal education in their respective countries (on average , between 5% and 6% GDP) and significant non-budgetary funds, which individual organizations earmark for formal and informal education of their members and individuals for their own further education.
  4. 4. Viewpoint of the developed European countries: • The viewpoint of the developed European countries is that “Europe has to invest into education in order to raise the general level of capability of employees and the working part of the population during their basic education, and supporting the acquisition of new knowledge throughout one’s life. Due to ever increasing significance has for national development, and due to ever more rapid scientific, technological and social changes , educational system of all countries tend to improve and to adopt for the requirements of the new time.
  5. 5. Viewpoint of the developed European countries: (cont..) • In European union, investments into research, education and professional training represent basic “intangible investment “ through which educational systems of the member countries of the union are gradually being aligned, in order to promote transitional mobility of European citizens and to develop European identity by sharing common values.
  6. 6. Transition imposes new demands on population: •People have to master new skills, the skills that will qualify them for a successful coping in a competition society of rapid changes.
  7. 7. Research conducted by the World Bank: • The research conducted by the World Bank shows that advanced transitional countries significantly lag behind the OECD countries in all forms of functional literacy of adult population. • On the basic of what we have just said, what might be concluded is that it is necessary to introduce such structured changes of the educational system which will improve its efficiency for the purpose of a faster social development.
  8. 8. Educational system is to be upgraded: •However, an educational system is to be upgraded, it is necessary to design such a strategy of its development which will contain a vision of its long term objectives and a plan for long- term and medium-term actions necessary for their acquisition.
  9. 9. General long-term objectives of education: • The most general long-term objectives of education in developed countries are the improvement of the main discussion of national development, • Development of people • Economic development • Political development • Cultural development • Ecological development
  10. 10. European commission says: • Education has to contribute to three most important objectives: • To the development of an individuals • To the development of a society • To the development of economy • “This is to be obtained by a strategy of life-long learning which has to overcome traditional division among various parts of formal and informal education and training”
  11. 11. Conclusion: • It is necessary to learn throughout one’s life, but it is not possible to attend school throughout one’s life, education in adulthood is mainly not carried out at school but in out-of-school organization that is to say there where adults work and live. This is why society, especially If it is a developed one, has become a learning society.

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