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The Romanian Reform of Education – Moments of the Post-Communist Transition

Olivia Stefanescu

Romanian Economic Business Review, 2006, vol. 1, issue 1, 67-74

Abstract: The reform of education, from Romania, began from the first moments of the postcommunist transition. It was marked by three limits: the reactive character, the changes in education being the consequence and not one of the driving forces of the political, economical or social reform; the dependence of external financing, especially in investment that led to the precipitated import of institutions, at doubts and discontinuities, at incoherence at the level of educational politics; limitation at formal education, at school and university, ignoring the important fields of permanent education as the adults education, the education of the persons with special needs, early education, education of Gipsy population, etc neglecting the early evolution of the professional field.

Keywords: reform of education; education policy; Bologna process; superior education (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
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