PEDAGOGICAL COMPARATIVE EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT CREATION IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Keywords:comparative education, educational environment, education system
AbstractThe article deals with the education environment creation in the context of European integration. Special role is paid to comparative education as an instrument of comparison of educational systems and educational quality.
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N. M. Lavrychenko, “PEDAGOGICAL COMPARATIVE EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT CREATION IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION”, ITLT, vol. 2, no. 1, Sep. 2010.
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