PRINCIPLES OF A DEEP REFORM OF EDUCATION, AS SUGGESTED BY INTERVIEWING STUDENTS IN AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 16 ISSUE 3
Written by Codrin ȚAPU

The goal of this paper is to outline the draft of the General plan of social optimization through deep reform of education at all levels, obtained through interviewing life sciences first year students. It is well-known that no authentic social change could be made without a deep reform of education, starting from early age and continuing throughout the life span. Implementing such reforms will allow durable solving of urging social problems like violence, injustice, poverty, corruption, poor financing. Interviewing agricultural management students led us to a new perspective of education, resulting from the new directions of contemporary and future society. The ideas resulted from discussions outlined a plan of educational reform for the global society. This plan is designed within a intercultural perspective, being inspired both by the great ethical systems of humanity, and psycho-socio-educational research. Applying the plan at a regional, European, and international level will be able to further humankind on the way of a life whose quality will answer both the scientific demands of a society of knowledge, and the spiritual needs of humans.

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ȚAPU C. 2016, PRINCIPLES OF A DEEP REFORM OF EDUCATION, AS SUGGESTED BY INTERVIEWING STUDENTS IN AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 16 ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 341-344.


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