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Print: 1582-8344

Electronic: 2247-6571


Articles:
INVOLVEMENT IN SOCIAL ECONOMY. GENDER APPROACHES AND CHARACTERISTICS
Vlad ACHIMESCU, Sorin CACE, Simona Maria STANESCU


THE LOCAL COMMUNITY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP IN THE CONTEXT OF DECENTRALIZATION

Abstract
The decentralization means in its essence a management option of the social institutions, the transfer of decision and responsibility from the central institutions and authorities level to the local ones. Decentralization does not represent an universal antidote as the analysis of the management ways of the social institutions from many countries show to us that there is no country where the institutions function completely autonomous; on an axis centralization-decentralization, the states are either closer to centralization and the decision’s concentration at a central level or closer to decentralization and local autonomy. The analysis of the legal rules and the regulations adopted in the reform process at the level of the social system from Romania, shows us the fact that, at least formally the decentralization is the chosen solution. The preuniversitary teaching decentralization represents the authority, responsibility and resources transfer as concerning the decisions’ taking and of the general and financial management towards the teaching units and the local community The work below talks about the teaching system decentralization’s problem analyzing the decentralization’s objectives, principles, advantages but also the risks and the stops that may appear in the decentralization’s process at the level of the school and of the local community.
Keywords
decentralization, school, local community partnership, principles,

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). THE LOCAL COMMUNITY-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP IN THE CONTEXT OF DECENTRALIZATION , Journal of Community Positive Practices, Nr. 4/2011


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