Fundamental educational reform is one of the central elements of the social transformation taking place in the former socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. In this volume selected experts and eye witnesses of the radical change taking place in the region provide detailed and graphic presentation of the problems and controversies surrounding reform. They explore how the educational systems have responded to the collapse, and they explain the source of new models, ideas, and values on the part of educational policy makers, researchers and teachers. A focus of attention is the values crisis among the youth. The authors explore the values the socialist systems attempted to convey, the manner in which the youth have responded to the collapse, and the possible sources of new values and ideals.
Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1994. XV, 324 pp.
Contents: The educational reforms and the values crisis among youth in the former socialist countries of Central and Eastern
Europe described by educational researchers from this region - New orientation in education, particularly regarding democracy