Lietuvos darbo migrantų galimybės apmokėti mokyklinio amžiaus vaikų mokymosi ir neformaliojo ugdymosi užsienyje išlaidas : kaitos aspektas

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Lietuvos darbo migrantų galimybės apmokėti mokyklinio amžiaus vaikų mokymosi ir neformaliojo ugdymosi užsienyje išlaidas : kaitos aspektas
Alternative Title:
Possibilities of Lithuanian labour migrants to meet expences of their school-age children for their formal and informal education abroad: change aspect
In the Journal:
Tiltai [Bridges. Brücken]. 2011, Nr. 3 (56), p. 367-378
LDB Open.
Darbo migracija; Vaikų mokymosi ir neformaliojo ugdymo išlaidos
Expenses on childrens formal and informal education; Labour migration; Labour migration, expences on children formal and informal education
Summary / Abstract:

LTDidėjant emigracijos bangai iš Lietuvos, laikinąją migraciją keičia šeimos susijungimas arba visos šeimos migracija, kai vaikai patenka į visiškai naują aplinką, mokyklą. Todėl moksliniai tyrimai apie tėvų pagalbą vaiko socializacijos procese, išvykus gyventi į užsienį, yra nauji ir ypač aktualūs. Šiuo straipsniu siekta išnagrinėti Lietuvos darbo migrantų galimybes apmokėti mokyklinio amžiaus vaikų mokymosi ir neformaliojo ugdymosi užsienyje išlaidas bei palyginti su atitinkamomis galimybėmis, kurias jie turėjo gyvendami Lietuvoje. Tuo tikslu atlikta 160 tėvų, gyvenančių užsienyje ir turinčių mokyklinio amžiaus vaikų, apklausa. Atskleista, kad tėvai teigiamai vertina savo finansines galimybes užtikrinti vaikų mokymąsi ir neformalųjį ugdymąsi užsienyje – daug geriau nei buvo Lietuvoje [Iš leidinio]

ENBy increasing emigration waves from Lithuania, temporary migration is replaced by family reunification or a full family migration, when children are migrating together, and as a result become part of a new environment or school. Therefore, research on parental help during child's, who went abroad, socialization process, is rather new and highly relevant. This article aims - to investigate the possibilities of Lithuanian migrant workers to pay for their school-age children costs of formal and informal education abroad and to compare these possibilities with the opportunities that they have had in Lithuania. Migration debates started to be popular among Lithuanian scholars only recently, especially after the entrance into EU and the rapid increase of migration waves. Mostly it was investigated from the economical impact on the society and the consequences on population scenarios. However, after migration numbers became so enormous, it was evaluated as one of the biggest threat to the welfare state, and it worth to talk about huge social impact of such phenomenon, especially an impact on family and children education. Migrant while going abroad leaving their families alone at homeland, as a result new concept of transnational family appeared. But recently it is possible to notice new form of migration, when parents taking their children together with them into a new environment, where socialization might be rather difficult and lacking of a deeper investigations and research. This research activity was carried out with 160 parents who live abroad and have school-age children.The study revealed that parents are very positive about their financial capacity to ensure children's formal and informal education. Minor payment difficulties were revealed with the payment of school excursions. Meanwhile, for textbooks, stationery, school uniforms, sports clothing, food, school events, the total class fees almost all parents can easily afford to pay. Most of the parents living abroad evalue their possibilities to pay for children's formal and informal education costs much better or better than in Lithuania. The majority of respondents are in a good condition to provide their children with the necessary learning conditions in their new homes abroad: the possibility to ensure children's safe place to study, provide a separate place to study, and the best opportunities - to ensure the use of computers and the Internet. It was found that parents in older age, from nuclear family and working jobs not acording their education evaluate their possibilities of ensuring their child's financial support abroad the best. Moreover, it was revealed that during evaluation of their financial capacity to ensure children's learning at home for the majority of respondents indicated that this option is better or much better than in Lithuania. Most of the parents' choose child's activities very thoughtfully in terms of its efficiency and improvement to the child's learning outcomes. It was found that the highest percentage of parents assessed their financial capacity to pay the costs of their children's informal education abroad as better or even much better than in Lithuania [From the publication]

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