LINDITA LILI SOLLAKU (DERVISHI)
Authors country of origin: Albania
Institutional affiliation: Teacher and Educational Expert of Albanian Language, Department of Teaching and Education.
After Communism ended in Albania, old propaganda was removed from all the schools. In the transition to democracy, radical changes have been made in education. More interest has been shifted to mathematics, sciences, and the humanities. For the first time, there is the discussion of civil society, human rights, citizenship and laws, etc. Some schools have begun to use computers, whereas others do not have the material available for laboratory classes. Since
1991, the universities have seemed to obtain more academic freedom opening new faculties and renewing the content and structures of the courses .Source: Collin 2011 Generally speaking more schooling means higher lifetime incomes. These outcomes emerge over the long term. It is not people’s income while in school that is affected, nor their income in their first job, but their income over the course of their working life. Thus, any noticeable effects of the current quality of schooling on the distribution of skills and income will become apparent some years in the future, when those now in school become a significant part of the labor force (Adlenn, 2001).
The opportunity to attend quality Educational reform is a right of the child and represents a benefit that cannot be measured only in terms of future results, but mainly from the experiences that it affords the child at that stage of his/her life. From the point of view of public policies, especially in a country like Albania, in which the education indexes reveal the persistence of important deficits in the basic schooling of the population, the debate about the impact of Educational reform, on further schooling gains meaning, and comprises a range of issues that deserve to be better understood within the Albania context.
Key words: Performance indicators, Monitoring mechanisms, Educators and subject-area
specialists, public-commentary periods, development, reforms.
Volume 3.No.2(2020): December
ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)
DOI : 10.33807/monte.1.201904240
DOI URL : https://doi.org/10.33807/monte.1.201904240
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