The participation of population at education by residence area in Romania
AbstractThe investment in education is one way in training and development of human capital, which together with investment in physical capital, forms vectors for sectors’ modernization of Romanian economy and of the evolution of Romanian society. For the increase of the competitiveness on the global economic market, the Romanian society, in general, and the Romanian economy, in particular, must be modernized through the implementation of investments both in physical capital and human capital. Education can be a significant force for development of Romanian society through: the number of participants, the size and the competence of the training’s personnel, the information’s and distribution’s materials, the providing knowledge and consultancy etc. The formal education with the non - formal education and the informal education can stimulate the economic and the social activities, by area of residence, and may be important factors to reduce the competitiveness’s gap of our country compared with EU countries. On this line, we believe that the education and the training, the achievement of the new knowledge, skills and competencies by the occupied population may become important factors of progress for Romania on the European and World market. We believe that, in rural area, the increasing of the population’s participation, at all levels of formal education and the population’s attending at the courses that allow the acquiring of new knowledge and skills, in the non-formal’s and the informal’s learning system, is a necessity for the development and the modernization of this area.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Faculty of Management, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania in its journal ECONOMIA seria MANAGEMENT / ECONOMY - MANAGEMENT series.
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
secondary and vocational educational; higher educational; pupils/students enrolled per educational institution; graduates per educational institution; teachers per educational institution.;
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