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СИСТЕМА ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ И СОЦИАЛЬНОЕ НЕРАВЕНСТВО: АНАЛИЗ ЗАРУБЕЖНЫХ ПОДХОДОВ К ИССЛЕДОВАНИЮ ПРОБЛЕМЫ

Publication Date May 27, 2019

Abstract

The international experience of reforming the education system indicates significant problems of social inequality in obtaining educational services. It is shown that income inequality is an indicator of social inequality of educational opportunities. Object of research: the educational system of developed countries. Subject of research: unequal opportunities in obtaining education. Differences between countries in the level of education of citizens correlate with the diversity of places of residence and income inequality. Access to education and overcoming social inequalities is a necessary component of the socio-economic and cultural development of society. Education, according to many scholars, is an instrument for the establishment of equality of citizens. Having a higher education, a citizen can change the social situation and income level. However, in the modern world, the institute of education not only exacerbates social inequality, but also reinforces the division of society into social strata. An analysis of foreign approaches allowed us to determine the trend of deepening social inequality; in the global community, which is oriented towards a model of global education, there has been no change in the accessibility of education for the middle and lower strata of the population. Purpose: to identify approaches to the analysis of social inequality in the education system in foreign countries on the materials of the existing literature. Methodology. The methodological basis of the study was an analysis of methodologic...

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Problems Of Social Inequality International Experience Model Of Global Education Cultural Development Of Society Income Inequality Social Inequality International Educational Experience Changing Educational Policies Level Of Education Problems Of Inequality

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