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Innovative Development of the Education System in the International Space


Tatiana Berbets, Victoria Ivanova, Roman Bryk, Oksana Vytrykhovska, Mykola Kurach, Svitlana Yakymenko, Ildiko Oros


Vol. 22  No. 11  pp. 609-615


Due to globalization and demographic changes, Education of the adult population is becoming increasingly important in modern society, and different countries have similar social mechanisms that determine the participation of adult education and the relationship of this participation with results in the labor market. However, mostly education is raised by those who are already quite highly educated and occupy a favorable position in the labor market, which acts as a mechanism for increasing social inequality. This is especially noticeable in the case of non-formal education, which is organized at the expense of employers, which is widespread in all countries. Brief information on international relations in the development of the adult education system in different countries of the world is provided. The article analyzes the achievements of scientists and specialists who studied the role of adult education in the context of life path and international comparison of different countries, which are based on longitudinal data, taking into account differences in the organization of adult education in different countries and their characteristics. It was found that in general, there is a significant diversity in the level of participation of people in adult education in different European countries. It was found that participation in all forms of adult education (except formal education at the expense of the employer) by country is higher, the higher in these countries government spending on education, research and development, and social protection of the population.


innovative development, international space, International relations, adult education system, countries of the world, continuing education, formal and non-formal adult education.