Studies in Comparative Education

The “Studies in Comparative Education” is an international, peer-reviewed journal for enhancing academic quality in comparative and international education research. It seeks to promote scholarly discussion on history and methodology of comparative educational research, educational theory and practice, educational systems and institutions, teacher training and professional development, and educational reforms and innovations worldwide.
ISSN 2306-5532

ISSN (online version) 2312-1904

Publication frequency: 2 times a year

Language of publication: English

Publishers: Institute of Pedagogy of National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Pavlo Tychyna Uman State Pedagogical University

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Oksana Zabolotna - Doctor of Sciences in Education, Professor, Head of Educational Comparativistics Laboratory of Pavlo Tychyna Uman State Pedagogical University, Vice-President of the Ukrainian Educational Research Association.

VICE-EDITOR: Olena Lokshyna – Doctor of Sciences in Education, Professor, Institute of Pedagogics of National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine.

HEAD OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD: Natalia Lavrychenko – Doctor of Sciences in Education, Professor, Leading Scientific Worker of Scientific Center of Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Honourable Editor-Founder

Address of the Editorial Office: 2, Sadova street, Uman, Ukraine, 20300

Tel.: +380(04744) 3-45-82

E-mail: scejournalpost@gmail.com

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No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents

EDUCATION

DUAL EDUCATION: APPLICATION OF GERMANY’S POSITIVE EXPERIENCE IN UKRAINIAN REALITY PDF
Ilona Boichevska, Liudmyla Veremiuk 4-13
AREAS OF THE MODERNIZATION OF THE LITHUANIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM: A CASE FOR UKRAINE PDF
Natalia Kholiavko, Tetiana Medina, Volodymyr Goshylyk 14-25
THE COLLABORATION OF SCHOOL AND FAMILY DURING THE SOVIET UNION PERIOD (EXPERIENCE OF GEORGIA) PDF
Lana Kurashvili 26-33
METHODOLOGY ASPECTS OF SCIENCE TEACHERS' ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN AND UKRAINIAN PERSPECTIVE PDF
Natalia Kurysh 34-41
SOCIETAL DIMENSION OF DOCTORAL EDUCATION IN THE EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION AREA: PRIORITIES AND TRENDS PDF
Alina Sbruieva, Maryna Boichenko 42-52
ARMENIA IS BETWEEN EAST AND WEST (EU): IN THE CONTEXT OF THE REFORMS OF HIGHER EDUCATION PDF
Nune Srapyan 53-63
EDUCATION OF THE FRANCISCAN FRAILS IN THE THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS AS BACKGROUND OF THEIR LEARNING IN THE AMERICAS (FIRST HALF OF THE XVI CENTURY) PDF
Olena Zhizhko, Delfina de la Cruz 64-73