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2013 | 13 | 3 | 43-50
Article title

Ukrainian educational reform: A bridge between past and future

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Abstracts
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The article concerns the main features of the Ukrainian reform in high school as the most actual problem in Ukrainian educational system and science. The paper observes basic features of the Soviet educational system, its positive and negative trends. It provides insight to the post-soviet directions of the modernization in Ukrainian high school. The author uses problem and chronological methods in his research. Special attention is given to the internationalization of the Ukrainian educational system, perspectives and obstacles in this way.
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Volume
13
Issue
3
Pages
43-50
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2013-07-16
Contributors
  • History and Political Theory, National Mining University, Ukraine
References
  • Klepko, S., 2006. Philisophy of education in European context [Філософія освіти в європейському контексті], in Ukrainian, Poltava
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  • The official Bologna Process website July 2007 - June 2010. 10 steps in developing a national qualifi cations framework, Retrieved 8.04.2013 from http://www.ond.vlaanderen.be/ hogeronderwijs/bologna/qf/national.asp
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Publication order reference
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