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Research Report: Providers of non-formal education in Macedonia

Research Report: Providers of non-formal education in Macedonia

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Community Development Institute- TetovoAlliance for Development of Adult Education and Lifelong Learningin the Republic of Macedonia
PROVIDERS OFNON-FORMALEDUCATION
Research Report
March, 2012
 
RESEARCH REPORT: Providers of non-formal education in the Republic of Macedonia
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About the Alliance for Development of Adult Education and LifelongLearning in the Republic of Macedonia as a program of the CommunityDevelopment Institute- Tetovo
Today as never before the saying that PERSON LEARNS UNTIL HE IS ALIVE has never been truer. Inthe last few decades the whole concept about the meaning of education and learning has changed.A person to educate himself doesn’t mean that the education will start in primary school and finishat university, to the contrary, a person learns in different manners throughout life.Following the world and the European trends in education, in the Republic of Macedonia the needto do something concerning adult education and lifelong learning aroused. Namely, with thecreation of the Law on Adult Education in 2008, as well as the Strategy and the Action Plan in 2010for the first time the both the formal and the non-formal education were put in one legal frame.After we got with this legislation it is much easier to use lifelong learning and adult education astools that will help towards decreasing the unemployment and the poverty in Macedonia.It was this exact moment when the Community Development Institute (CDI) noted the need to workin the field of adult education and lifelong learning and in May 2011 created the Alliance forLifelong Learning and Adult Education in the Republic of Macedonia (ADAE) that functions withinCDI. ADAE is a program based on free membership. Its aim is to develop and advance the adulteducation and through that to act on unemployment and poverty decrease in Macedonia. Apartfrom that ADAE wants to support institutions, structures and organizations for the creation ofsustainable adult education and lifelong learning.The Institute for Community Development is a civil society organization that works in the sphere ofinter-ethnic understanding and tolerance, capacity building of individuals, organizations andinstitutions, as well as improving the living conditions and the living standard of the citizens. CDIfor already 15 years works in the community in order to address the needs of the citizens.
 
RESEARCH REPORT: Providers of non-formal education in the Republic of Macedonia
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About the Research
In order to recognize and map the providers of non-formal education, their area and scope of work,as well as the trends concerning the verification of programs for non-formal education, ADAEconducted initial research that will serve as a base not only for getting basic information but alsofor conducting more detailed academic research in the sphere of lifelong learning and adulteducation.The research conducted from December 2011 to January 2012 consisted of creation ofquestionnaire, its distribution via email to the providers of non-formal education (NGOs andeducational centers), data collection and its technical processing and analysis.The questionnaire is composed of two parts and total of 20 questions. First part: general andcontact information about the provider of non-formal education and second part: concretequestions for the provider’s sphere and scope of work. The questionnaire that was distributedthrough CDI’s own mailing lists, as well as mailing lists of partner organization and TAKSO
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wasanswered by 53 providers of non-formal education. The composition of the questionnaire wasmostly directed towards CSOs as providers of non-formal education, although feedback was as wellprovided from educational centers, private companies, and local institutions.The questionnaire used in conducting the research, as well as the list of organizations that providedanswers are attached in the end as appendices.
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Questionnaires were sent to more than 1000 emails of CSOs, educational centers, municipalities, foundations andprivate companies

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