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SCHOOL IN LOCAL COMMUNITY CONTEXT - Case study - Puiesti Village, Buzau County -

Abstract
This study approaches the relation between the school and the local community, a very important aspect to the contemporary social dynamics. The first aspect is the analysis of the place that the school occupy in the community. The premises from which the analysis starts is that the school, although it is a social institution with clearly defined roles, specific objectives, organizational culture is directly influenced by what is happening locally. Schools have a level of development proportional to the level of the local communities in which they operate; it promotes local culture and local history. Thus, school is a community binder that promotes the local and responds to local educational needs. This is possible by adopting a participatory management both at the school and at other representative institutions for the local community: mayor and city council, church, health units, traders, NGOs, etc. This paper includes a case study carried out in Puieşti Village, Buzău County, which customizes, in a defined local context, the premises from which we started. The analysis is longitudinal: describes the history of the place and the school, the current context, describes the expected local development. Considering all this information, in the end is made the recommendations on the development of the analyzed school.
Keywords
school, local community, local partnership, local development.

Author
Camelia STAICULESCU
Ph.D. Lecturer, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Teacher Training Department, E-mail: mlacatus2000@yahoo.com

How to cite
Staiculescu, C. (2011). SCHOOL IN LOCAL COMMUNITY CONTEXT - Case study - Puiesti Village, Buzau County -, Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 3/2011


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