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ERIC Number: ED012805
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov-28
Pages: 314
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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HIGHER EDUCATION AND TEACHER TRAINING IN YUGOSLAVIA.
TOMICH, VERA
THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN YUGOSLAVIA, THE ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM, THE OPERATING POLICIES, AND THE CHANGES AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SCHOOLS THAT HAVE OCCURRED SINCE THE SECOND WORLD WAR ARE DESCRIBED IN DETAIL. THE DESCRIPTION IS PRESENTED UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADINGS--(1) THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM, (2) HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION, (3) QUANTITATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION, (4) REFORM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, (5) ORGANIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION, (6) PROGRAM OF STUDIES AND CURRICULUMS, (7) STUDENTS, (8) TEACHING STAFF, (9) ADMINISTRATION, (10) CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM AND PROPOSALS FOR THE FUTURE, (11) TEACHER TRAINING OF PRESCHOOL, ELEMENTARY, AND SECONDARY TEACHERS, AND (12) CONCLUDING REMARKS ON TEACHER TRAINING. THE AUTHOR CONCLUDES THAT TEACHER TRAINING IS ONE OF THE MAJOR PROBLEMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN YUGOSLAVIA. THE SITUATION IS DESCRIBED AS A NEED FOR BOTH MORE AND BETTER QUALIFIED TEACHERS. THE TEACHER SHORTAGE WAS CREATED BY THE REORGANIZATION AND EXPANSION OF EDUCATION THAT RESULTED FROM REFORM OF THE SCHOOLS. (AL)
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Identifiers: YUGOSLAVIA