The Modern Approach Towards the Education System
This concept unites all the social educational institutions operating in the country. The educational system is designed to ensure that young people are ready for work, an adequate perception of society and the internal life of the state, and therefore there are different types of education include:
- Educational organizations;
- State standards and their work plans;
- Management bodies
Each developed country has its own education system, but almost all of them are based on the same principles:
- Priority of universal values
- National cultural basis
- The scientific component
- Orientation to the global achievements of the educational process
- Ecological orientation
- Continuity, consistency and continuity
- Spirituality in unity with physical education
- Promotion of talent
Mandatory basic education
Educational institutions are structures in which study and education are carried out on the basis of a scientifically developed program. There are kinds of education systems.
The need to acquire knowledge is dictated by the need of society for specialists and citizens with a level of development that can only be achieved in the system of lifelong learning.
Public and private education involves a smooth movement from the lowest level to the highest. The first stage preschool education in the family, nursery and kindergartens – is optional, and its content depends on parental employment and desire. State and private structures raise children 6–8 years old.
The next stage of training is the most important component of the education system, mandatory for citizens of developed countries this is secondary, or school, education.
The general education system includes three levels:
- Basic (primary)
Children begin to study after kindergarten at about the age of seven with the fact that they comprehend the basics of calligraphy, counting and reading in conjunction with initial information about nature, man, the structure of society and the country.
Young schoolchildren are taught hygiene and healthy lifestyle skills. Basic education brings to the children’s mind a system of new knowledge, instills the skills that will be needed at the general stage of training and at the start of vocational education.
Primary, basic and secondary education is compulsory for all children; exemption is possible only for medical reasons.
General secondary education is obtained in schools, gymnasiums, lyceums and other private or public institutions. In them, children accumulate general educational knowledge sufficient to form graduates as full citizens who are prepared for independent life in society.
Upon completion of studies after passing the exams, former schoolchildren are awarded certificates of the established form.
Higher education is optional, but at the current stage of the development of science and technology, working fully without fundamental knowledge in general and special subjects is simply unrealistic.
Employers are reluctant to take bachelors into their companies, since this step is only the beginning, but specialists and masters are successful in the labor market of an industrial society.