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Human resources education in the contex sustainable development

Olena Garashchuk and Vira Kutsenko
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Olena Garashchuk: State inspection of educational institutions of Ukraine
Vira Kutsenko: Public Institution "Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv

Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2015, 188-196

Abstract: The essence and importance of human resources in higher education. Underlines their role in improving the quality of education, sustainable development, the formation of knowledge economy. The characteristics specified economic model. We analyze the parameters of the existing network of higher educational institutions of Ukraine, its human resources by comparing the population of different regions, the number of students with the presence among human resources PhDs. A model of the modern university teachers as a professional. Served characteristic features of modern Japanese teacher school. Settle measures, implementation of which would contribute to ensure the increase of professional qualification of the teaching staff, based on the use of different methodological approaches. The necessity of development in each school system of increase of professional qualification of faculty members, using a methodology, which was based on a wide range of scientific principles.

Date: 2015
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