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韓国平生教育政策の評価

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Title: 韓国平生教育政策の評価
Other Titles: Lifelong Education Policy Analysis in Korea
Authors: 崔, 燉珉1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Choi, Don Min1
Issue Date: Mar-2012
Publisher: 北海道大学高等教育推進機構
Journal Title: 高等教育ジャーナル : 高等教育と生涯学習
Journal Title(alt): Journal of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning
Volume: 19
Start Page: 17
End Page: 30
Abstract: Lifelong education in Korea grew out of the Lifelong Education Act, which was enacted in 2000. To promote lifelong learning for citizens, states and local governments supported educational facilities and encouraged various organizations and businesses to strengthen their support for continuing education. After the Lifelong Education Act was enacted, a lifelong learning city project, the Lifelong Learning Center, supporting lifelong learning for the disadvantaged, was established along with a Cyber University, and a National Lifelong Learning Festival was held as part of the process of expanding the lifelong learning system. In this paper, the governmental lifelong learning policies such as promoting lifelong learning opportunities, the lifelong learning atmosphere, the recognition of lifelong learning outcomes, enhancing the role of lifelong learning institutions and promoting lifelong learning system maintenance are analyzed. Currently, the policy effectiveness, adequacy, equity, responsiveness and appropriateness are evaluated as satisfactory to meet the policy goals. However, the policy level seems to be relatively lower than the other factors. Within the areas of different policies, most of the areas of lifelong learning have been shown to be effective. In particular, supporting disadvantaged groups, the lifelong learning city project, the academic credit bank system and managing lifelong learning centers were evaluated to be extremely effective. On the other hand, the need to reconstruct and integrate the academic credit bank system and self-learning degree system was raised. In the future, the business of improving the role of lifelong educational institutions needs to be further developed and managed. In addition, efforts for activating lifelong education and raising the effi ciency of lifelong learning should be made with connections among various organizations.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/56802
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