Innovation, High Technology Sectors, Higher Education and Human Capital: Education System Reform in Georgia
Reforms and changes in order to meet European standards were top priority. First steps towards legislative reform were taken in June 2001, when the parliament of Georgia initiated a project aiming to determine the main directions of education system development in Georgia. Education system reform in Georgia started in 2004 and lasted until 2007 with changes in the spheres of financing, management, teaching methods. Copyright The Author(s) 2010
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Volume (Year): 17 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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