LATVIAN, LITHUANIAN AND ESTONIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FORMATION UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF THE BOLOGNA PRINCIPLES AND DECISIONS
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In 2016, it celebrated 17 years of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia participation in the Bologna movement - the most ambitious and the most socially significant European educational projects of the late XX - early XXI centuries. In the last decade the Bologna process, its documents and decisions are the most debated issue in the field of higher education of the European countries and even abroad. However, despite the fact that the main objectives of the Bologna Declaration so far are achieved, the optimization problem of European higher education in the conceptual and the practical point plan remains relevant. All the more important is the political dimension of the Bologna process, the problems associated with the quality of higher education in different countries, management of educational processes with the participation of state and non-state actors, trends associated with the development of international cooperation in the field of education, the growing role of leading European universities as a special internationalization educational centers of training and research activities, dissemination of ideas of academic autonomy and academic freedom. A comparative analysis of the achievements of the Bologna movement in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia 10 main areas of the Bologna process, including the recognition of comparable degree system, the introduction of the credit system, promoting academic mobility, quality assurance of higher education and others.
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