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Practices and Trends of Implementation of Prospective Education in the Education System as Drivers of Social Development

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  • Viorelia Lungu

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Due to the accelerating modern changes a particular emphasis has been placed on the prospective education. The development of informational technologies has highlighted the need to make decisions, taking into account not only the consequences of the past situation or the demands of the present one, but also the implications of these decisions in time and in the future. Internationally, there is a tendency to focus on pro-active and detailed planning, producing in a centralized manner, long-term projects feasible for education. In this respect, nationally, a series of official documents to optimize the educational process are presented, on the grounds that the way of development of the contemporary world is tied largely to how education can meet the requirements of this development.

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  • Viorelia Lungu, 2017. "Practices and Trends of Implementation of Prospective Education in the Education System as Drivers of Social Development," Fostering Knowledge Triange in Moldova: 2017 Conference Proceedings,, Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration.
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    prospective; school of the future.;

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