Ankstyvojo mokinių pasitraukimo iš švietimo sistemos problemos analizė Europos ir Lietuvos kontekste

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Ankstyvojo mokinių pasitraukimo iš švietimo sistemos problemos analizė Europos ir Lietuvos kontekste
Alternative Title:
Pupils' early recession from the system of education: case analysis in the context of Europe and Lithuania
In the Journal:
Prevencija / Prevention; Švietimas. Švietimo politika / Education. Education policy.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama ankstyvojo pasitraukimo iš švietimo sistemos problema ir jos įveikos galimybės Europos Sąjungos ir Lietuvos gerovės kūrimo kontekste. Šis reiškinys yra aktualus ne tik visoms Europos, bet ir kitoms pasaulio šalims, nepriklausomai nuo jų socialinio ir ekonominio lygmens. Straipsnyje apžvelgiami svarbiausi Lietuvos, Europos Sąjungos strateginiai dokumentai, statistinių duomenų analizė, pristatomos Europos Komisijos darbo grupės, kurioje dalyvavo ir Lietuvos atstovai, šio straipsnio autorės, rekomendacijos. Straipsnyje išanalizuota ankstyvojo pasitraukimo iš švietimo sistemos aprėptis Europoje ir Lietuvoje, gvildenamos pagrindinės ankstyvąjį pasitraukimą iš švietimo sistemos lemiančios priežastys ir pristatomos svarbiausios ankstyvojo pasitraukimo iš švietimo sistemos asmenų skaičiaus įveikos kryptys. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Ankstyvasis pasitraukimas iš švietimo sistemos; Intervenciniai; Kompensaciniai mechanizmai; Prevenciniai; Prevenciniai intervenciniai kompensaciniai mechanizmai; Švietimo visuotinumas; Compensation measure; Early school leaving; Education for all; Intervention; Prevention; Preventive interventional compensatory mechanisms; Universality of education.

ENThis paper analyses issues related to early school leaving and suggests measures for reducing early school leaving in the context of increased welfare across the European Union, including Lithuania. Early school leavers are defined as young people less than 24 years of age with only lower secondary education or less and with no professional qualifications. Reducing the rate of early school leavers is a recent challenge that is faced not only by European educational systems, but also by other countries in the world, disregarding the level of their social and economical development. In 2012 there were 5,5 million or 12,7 per cent of early school leavers in Europe. Early school leaving is caused by neither a country, nor an individual, but rather by complex conditions (including personal, family, and educational conditions), and it has complex consequences for an individual and a society. Reducing the rate of early school leavers is one of the key targets of the European cooperation within the area of education. Reducing the rate of early school leavers is also one of Lithuania's goals reflected in the strategy "Lithuania 2030" and the National Strategy on Education 2013-2022, where the foreseen headline target for Lithuania is 9 per cent. The authors of this paper provide analysis of the following questions: why early school leaving has recently become such an actual issue; what strategic policies and practical measures are used by the European Union for meeting the learning needs of children and young people and for increasing their learning opportunities with the purpose of reducing the rate of early school leavers; which strategic measures for reducing the rate of early school leavers of the European Union are most relevant to Lithuania.The paper reviews the scientific literature resources, essential strategic documents of Lithuania and the European Union, analysis of statistics data by the Thematic Working Group at the European Commission, which the authors of this article are part of; and the experts' insights and recommendations. All the listed resources allow the authors to provide the analysis of the scope of early school leaving phenomenon in Europe and Lithuania, the main causes of early school leaving, and trends in policies which help find solutions for reducing the rate of early school leavers. [From the publication]

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