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New Dimensions of Education Reform in the Republic of Moldova: Equity, Relevance, Efficiency and Sustainability

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  • Galina BULAT

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    (Chisinau Pedagogical State University Ion Creanga, Republic of Moldova)

  • Viorelia MOLDOVAN-BATRINAC

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    (World Bank Expert, Republic of Moldova)

  • Larisa Savga

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    (The Trade-Co-operative University of Moldova, Republic of Moldova)

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    Abstract

    Economic and social development of any country is determined by its intellectual potential, built up mainly in the education system. Despite of various reforms and reorganizations the education system in the Republic of Moldova has experienced during the last two decades, it has not yet become an efficient and decisive factor of the progress on all dimensions that call for a modern development of the country in a competitive global environment. For these reasons, it has become imperative that national education modernizes and adjusts to the international educational requirements. The reform ought to be based on an integrative and systemic approach, focused on quality and performance, competitiveness and relevance, autonomy and accountability, transparency and participatory management in education. This paper briefly sets forth the vision upon the key issues of national education modernization, which in future will be the basis for qualitative reform processes of the field.

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    Article provided by Faculty of Management, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania in its journal REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT.

    Volume (Year): 11 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 3 (July)
    Pages: 445-453

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    Keywords: education; modernization of national education; educational performances; quality assurance of education; education law.;

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