Education in Poland: Past, Present, and Future

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University Press of America, 1992 - Education - 110 pages
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This book examines the educational system of Poland, from the perspectives of the past, the present, and the future. Part I examines The Past: Traditions. A brief historical background of education in Poland becomes the necessary base for the present. Part II provides current information on the Organization and Structure of the Educational System in Poland. Important topics include Management and Finance, Structure of the Present System of Education, Teachers and Teacher Training, Parent Views, and additional general information. The author wants the reader to receive a balanced view of education in Poland. Therefore, Part III, The Future, builds on images of the past and images of the present to examine desired images in the future.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
TRADITIONS OF POLISH EDUCATION
5
MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE
17
STRUCTURE OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
25
TEACHERS AND TEACHER TRAINING
45
PARENTAL VIEWS OF EDUCATION
57
GENERAL INFORMATION
63
COMMITTEE FOR NATIONAL EDUCATION
79
BEYOND THE 1990s
85
CONCLUSIONS
95
Glossary
99
Works Cited
101
Index
103
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Kenneth R. Wulff, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Teacher Development Curriculum Studies, Kent State University, Canton, Ohio.

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