As a result, economic and social, scientific and technological development of the modern world we observe the existence of multiple forms of the industrial type, each of which is characterized by a certain specific system (and therefore, the philosophy and model management) education, public education and social management. General pattern of industrial commodity-market society is intensive capitalization of the spheres of social life, or forms of human activity, which provide current income. From this perspective, the growth of investment in education is very significant. It really shows the growing influence of education on social production that is, turning it into an economic factor. Previous periods of radical change are increasingly being felt in education and training.
Analysis of the current educational practice in industrialized countries (primarily transitive type) not only refutes the thesis of conditionality of the entire education system and the management and regulatory challenges overbearing social system, the class interests of the dominant social group, but rather confirms it.
Argues that globalization and the technological revolution to be used for a radical restructuring and reconstruction of education for his service to democracy and progressive social change. Awareness lessons of the global development is necessary for a theoretical understanding of today’s global outlook for progressive politics in general and in education in particular, and for the practical attempts to change our world for the public majority.
Keywords: transitive models, higher values, social selection, commercial approach, neoliberalism, democratic education, institutionalization, development of society
For Reference: Zinchenko, V. V. (2019). Institutional trends and integrated international transformations of educational system in the context of the global sustainable development of society. Perspektivy nauki i obrazovania – Perspectives of Science and Education, 38 (2), 10-24. doi: 10.32744/pse.2019.2.1
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Viktor V. Zinchenko (Ukraine, Kyiv) - Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Senior researcher, Principal research scientist, Head of the Department of Internationalization of Higher Education. Institute of Higher Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. ORCID: 0000-0001-9729-6861. Scopus Author ID: 56244928700. Researcher ID: K-6835-2012