• Brîndușa Covaci, Assoc. Prof. PhD Centre for Risk Studies in Economic and Social Sciences, Wien
  • Roxana Paraschiv, Assoc. Prof. PhD Adventus University
  • Mihai Covaci, Assist. Prof. PhD Centre for Risk Studies in Economic and Social Sciences, Wien
Keywords: Romanian education, Romanian democratic society, Enrolment and abandonment, Socio-economic actions


This study explores the enrolment of Romanian educational population from 1970 to 2014 and the impact of socio-economic actions on educational population structure. In the end, the study proposes some actions, taken from Romanian educational history or European and world educational realities. During this period has been used many socio- economic actions for reducing the abandonment and increasing the enrolment. Some of the most important actions, which influenced the enrolment of the population in Romanian educational system, were demographic, educational, economic, and social. Several European and world educational practices are reminded in the paper and deserves  to be taken into account for the increasing of theenrolment in the Romanian educational system.


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How to Cite
Covaci, Assoc. Prof. PhD, B., Paraschiv, Assoc. Prof. PhD, R., & Covaci, Assist. Prof. PhD, M. (2023). SOCIO-ECONOMIC SOLUTIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM, SUPPORT OF ROMANIAN DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. Journal for Freedom of Conscience (Jurnalul Libertății De Conștiință), 6(2), 378-391. Retrieved from[]=644