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Analysis Of The Pre-University System In Romania Using The Clustering Technique


  • Ioana Gabriela Grigorescu

    (Romanian American University)


A country is all the more competitive as the pre-university education system is better developed. In this article, a study was made of the pre-university education system in Romania in terms of infrastructure indicators, human resources involved in it and the number of students enrolled in various forms of education. After registering the values of the indicators from the Tempo database of the National Institute of Statistics (INS), with the help of the clustering technique and using the SAS Enterprise Guide program, the counties were divided into three distinct, homogeneous classes. Further on, the results found were analyzed in dynamics, referring to the previous year, 2019, highlighting the differences and finding solutions to improve the existing situation.

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  • Ioana Gabriela Grigorescu, 2021. "Analysis Of The Pre-University System In Romania Using The Clustering Technique," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 16(3), pages 18-27, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:16:y:2021:i:3:p:18-27

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