REDEFINING THE MANAGEMENT OF PERFORMANCE ORIENTATION IN THE ROMANIAN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
Education is the best investment in the future of a nation. This article reviews the Romanian educational system and offers insights into the issues surrounding the performance orientation of the universities in the context of recent transformations after the ingression in the European Union. Our intention through this article is to present solutions for the improvement of performance orientation in the Romanian educational system. We will analyze the situation of higher education in Romania as: regional performance of the universities, which is a direct result of national literacy rate, the enrolment rate of the youth, the governmental funds etc. The contemporary Romanian educational system is focused on the development of a performed management style in synergy with the European educational strategy. The article presents the issues related to the national higher education performance and its strategic role for enhancing the excellence of a sustainable economy. The prospects of the Romanian performance orientation are discussed from a synchronic point of view.
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