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Състояние на българското образование
The Status of Bulgarian Education

Author(s): Anelia Lyubenova, Lyubomir Lyubenov
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Education, Sociology, Preschool education, School education, Vocational Education, Adult Education, Higher Education , History of Education, State/Government and Education, Social development, Social differentiation, Family and social welfare, Social Informatics, Economic development, Social Norms / Social Control, Inclusive Education / Inclusion
Published by: Национално издателство за образование и наука „Аз-буки“
Keywords: education; condition; problems

Summary/Abstract: The main objective of the study is to establish the status of Bulgarian education by outlining the directions for development in school and higher education to achieve quality knowledge based education. The negative consequences of the problems in Bulgarian education are mainly expressed in the unsatisfactory results of the functioning of the complex and contradictory legislative basis which does not guarantee a sufficiently high quality of the education of the children and the young people from the pre-school to the higher education. School education should provide the education and education of the pupils in accordance with their individual abilities and expectations for successful realization in the society, while the higher education should be qualified. Bulgarian education should be a long-term national priority in the training of people of different ages, focusing on the relationship between pre-school and school education – higher education – labor market.Education is one of the areas in public life that is the most difficult to reform, despite its super-activity and futuristic nature. The main objective of the study is to establish the status of Bulgarian education by outlining the directions for development in school and higher education to achieve quality knowledge based education. The negative consequences of the problems in Bulgarian education are mainly expressed in the unsatisfactory results of the functioning of the complex and contradictory legislative basis which does not guarantee a sufficiently high quality of the education of the children and the young people from the pre-school to the higher education. School education should provide the education and education of the pupils in accordance with their individual abilities and expectations for successful realization in the society, while the higher education should be qualified. Bulgarian education should be a long-term national priority in the training of people of different ages, focusing on the relationship between pre-school and school education – higher education – labor market.Education is one of the areas in public life that is the most difficult to reform, despite its super-activity and futuristic nature. The main objective of the study is to establish the status of Bulgarian education by outlining the directions for development in school and higher education to achieve quality knowledge based education. The negative consequences of the problems in Bulgarian education are mainly expressed in the unsatisfactory results of the functioning of the complex and contradictory legislative basis which does not guarantee a sufficiently high quality of the education of the children and the young people from the pre-school to the higher education. School education should provide the education and education of the pupils in accordance with their individual abilities and expectations for successful realization in the society, while the higher education should be qualified. Bulgarian education should be a long-term national priority in the training of people of different ages, focusing on the relationship between pre-school and school education – higher education – labor market.

  • Issue Year: 27/2019
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 88-109
  • Page Count: 22
  • Language: Bulgarian