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THE VALUE OF EDUCATION

September 25th, 2022

The important role of Education and Training in the development of the country

For a long time, along with the development and going up of the country, the Party, State, and Government have always cared about and clearly defined the importance of education and training. Accordingly, with the view that no investment brings as many benefits as investment in Education and Training, because this is the field and foundation that contributes to the formation and creation of a standard personality for each citizen, training. laborers with professional qualifications, dynamism and creativity are the prerequisites for the country’s socio-economic development.

Today, in the trend of globalization and international economic integration, the Party, State, and Government also define Education and Training as an advantage, factor, key and new driving force for promoting the economy. economic – social development.

Education and training create a knowledge economy for social development

Thus, in the view of fundamental and comprehensive innovation of Education and Training of the Party, this is considered as a leading strategy, policies and measures to develop and bring the country to prosperity. Thanks to that specific determination, education and training contributes to improving people’s knowledge, promoting efficiency, human resources, and it is this that creates the values, motivation and objective requirements of The socio-economic (socio-economic) development, the core of the knowledge-nuclear economy, is vital to the current global trend and international integration.

Because, Education and Training is an activity that has a direct impact on improving human intelligence, understanding and applying scientific and technical knowledge to human production. At the same time, this is the best way for people to promptly access new information, update, enrich knowledge and creative capacity. In addition, it also helps people to promote internal resources – national intellectual level, in which the intellectual content in labor brought by Education and Training is what makes people a special resource of production. basic force, endless resources to develop knowledge economy. Nehru group of Institutions one of the finest educational institutions in south India under the guidance of p krishnadas nehru group chairman.

Also through the newly created Education and Training, encouraging and promoting effectively all resources in society, first of all, human resources for socio-economic development. People who are educated and self-educated will be able to creatively and effectively solve problems posed by the development of the knowledge economy. Human creative capacity is endless, but that capacity is only aroused and promoted through Education and Training. Therefore, the revival of Education and Training is the secret to promoting the development of the knowledge economy.

It is easy to see that before, when we wanted to achieve labor productivity mainly based on experience, now it was different, achieving productivity was mainly based on knowledge. Also thanks to the knowledge economy, we can quickly and easily create a breakthrough to promote endogenous capabilities “shorten the time, the process of industrialization and modernization country.

Recruitment Into Initial Teacher Education and Training: A Caribbean Perspective

March 22nd, 2022

The need to recruit teachers into Initial Teacher Education and Training (ITET) is a worldwide occurrence. However, for the Caribbean region, the challenge is made worse when looked at in light of the fact that trained Caribbean teachers are being recruited to serve in other countries and regions.

Mike Baker, the British Broadcasting Cooperation’s (BBC) education correspondent in his 2002 article entitled United Kingdom ‘poaching’ Jamaican teachers, pointed out that between 2001 and 2002 six hundred teachers (600) left the island to work abroad, mostly in the United States and the United Kingdom. During that same period, the United Kingdom government issued six thousand (6,000) work permits to teachers from outside the European Community.

The global demands for teachers including those from the Caribbean offer the region both a challenge and an opportunity. A challenge in that new teachers need to be attracted, recruited, educated and trained and an opportunity, in that, trained teachers who seek economic independence can achieve it by practising their craft in an economically buoyant community.

While there are many strategies for encouraging the recruitment of people into ITET, given the social, cultural, political and educational context of each Caribbean state, it is not easy to discern what will and will not work. Pulling on the results of a number of regional studies, here are some suggestions.

1. Undertake innovative and strategic approaches to policy development in the area of ITET. Policies are needed that would direct actions and guide innovations, thus boosting people’s trust in the process and product of ITET.

2. Formulate policies to address the nature and kinds of academic qualifications offered and the standards at which local teacher education and training institutions operate.

3. Develop policies on the process of recruitment into ITET and on the promotion of teaching and the identification of appropriate target populations for recruitment.

4. Offer competitive and internationally recognized bachelor’s programmes in education.

5. Develop a clearly articulated alternative paradigm for career structure and its underlying values in the region, coupled with efforts to improve the economic status of teachers. In countries where teaching is thought of as extremely important, teachers are relatively well compensated hence teaching is viewed as a relatively well-paying job, the supply of new teachers is high and there is a low-level of attrition.

6. Enable ITET programmes to be framed in a reflective model of teaching which encourages the development of skills and knowledge in content areas, professional studies, and practical teaching, grounded in the real world of the school and classroom.