Luminita Claudia Corbu, Cristian Valentin Hapenciuc


Reforms in education have produced changes in existing structures, educational practices, attitudes and pedagogical styles creating new interpretations of the school and its role in society.
The education system is considered as a social institution which, reflecting the society in which it exists and functions (being a product of it), is, at the same time, the main factor through which society develops and cultivates its human resources according to the increasing requirements. the more complex he aspires to.
The definition and analysis of the concept of education system implies, through the perspective of a certain degree of generality that we proposed in approaching the subject, the advancement of two different reference criteria, respectively an approach of the concept of education system in a broad sense, and one, in a narrow sense. According to the law no.1 / 2011 of education, the education systems can be defined, in a broad sense, as a set of institutions that participate in the realization of the school architecture, in the general development of the total studies, of the studies by cycles, orientations, channels. In a narrow sense, they include school institutions (primary school, middle school, high school and universities) organized by steps, cycles and areas of study. Mass education systems have emerged in the Nordic countries. For example, in Sweden, the national church urged parents and community members to support literacy, with the percentage of those who could read and write considered to have risen from 20% in the 17th century to 80%. , beginning of the 19th century.
In The World Crisis in Education, Coombs focused on analyzing the collapse of global education revolutions. Indeed, in most developing countries, the quality of education has declined, and in some regions there has even been a drop-out process.


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