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Quality Of Education, Dignity, And Local Development - Peja Case


  • Sejdi Rexhepi

    () (University of Pristina \)

  • Argjenita Shatri

    () (University of Peja \)

  • Leutrim Rexhepi

    () (South Eastern European University,Tetovo)

  • Blerina Alimehaj

    () (University of Peja \)


Economic development in general, is linked primarily with the use and valorization of existing local natural resources and human. Using of comparative advantage offered by local resources with the aim of generating employment and income for the local and national economy is closely related to education. Educated population will not only lead to the growth of national income but in multiplicative way will lead to increased employment, economic development and growth. Countries have applied different systems and reforms in education. However, as a result of various economic, political and also historical factors, these reforms have not always given the desired results.The purpose of this paper is that, through a concrete case, to investigate the impact of the quality of the existing primary and secondary system of education in quality of life and human dignity, primarily through the ability to create human resources able to find job and together with it to generate economic growth and development. Basic hypothesis are related to the assumptions that; the success of the students is dependent with the family and its approach to education and work; the success of reform in education is closely linked with financial resources as well as with created culture for and to education of implementers but also other stakeholders; and, that the basis of the driving motive for learning, is closely linked with the economic situation and in particular the level of employment.Through primary sources, data are collected from selected samples as a source of information for this research, which are students aged 11-19 years, 25-50 years age parents, teachers, officials and managers of educational institutions, as are; preschool, primary, low secondary and higher secondary schools. Through secondary resources, are explained the theoretical concepts that deals with the quality of education. Documents and strategies of education, papers works and research in this field are analyzed; laws and regulations as well as the managing and teaching structure. The methodology used for data processing will be in the function of achieving results which will enable us professional and scientific recommendations.

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  • Sejdi Rexhepi & Argjenita Shatri & Leutrim Rexhepi & Blerina Alimehaj, 2014. "Quality Of Education, Dignity, And Local Development - Peja Case," Proceedings of International Academic Conferences 0100631, International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:sek:iacpro:0100631

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    Quality of education; education system; educational process; educational institutions; development; local economic development.;

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    • I25 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Education and Economic Development

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