The Condition of Turkish Education System from the Aspect of European Unionâ€™s Area and Indicators Determining the Quality in Education
Education, which has an important role in European Unionâ€™sexpanding and assuring its continuity,is a key factor for the success of the politics that the Union tries to realize. Although European Union frees each member country in applying the proper models for their own socio-economic structure, it has determined indicators that have to take place within national systems. The main approach of the Union is in the direction of putting each member countryâ€™s their own education systems into an order not contradicting the general principles and indicators determined. Turkey is giving great emphasis on various arrangement studies in education area with the name of European Union member country. In this study, the condition of Turkey is tried to be analysed from the aspect of indicators European Union has determined related to education.
Volume (Year): 6 (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (December)
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