European Strategies and Objectives Specific to Educational Management

Claudia Pau 1, Mihaela Martin 1*

1 UBB Center from Reșița, Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences
Traian Vuia Square, no.1-4, Reșița, Caraș-Severin, România
* Corresponding author. E-mail:

Robotica & Management, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 49-52

Abstract: In the past education was a mechanism by which the privileged social classes maintained their power by limiting everyone’s access to the transmission and acquisition of knowledge. Fortunately, the evolution of society as a whole has made education nowadays to be seen as one of the fundamental human rights, in terms of the effect it can produce at the level of each individual and due to the recognized benefits it brings to the social level.  Education is a public good and a public responsibility, thus the policies and strategies of quality assurance in the national education system in Romania being permanently correlated with the orientations and actions promoted at European and world level.

Keywords: European strategies, educational management.

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