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dc.contributor.authorCiobanu, Mihail-
dc.identifier.citationCIOBANU, Mihail. Câteva tendințe în evoluția instituțiilor de învătământ pentru copiii aflați în dificultate în Republica Moldova. In : Experience. Knowledge. Contemporary Challenges „ Humanity at a crossroad. Between digital Economy and Need for a Paradigm of going back to Nature”: international symposium, 6th edition, 14th-15th, May, 2020. Artifex University of Bucharest. Bucharest, 2020, pp. 369-376. ISBN 978-606-8716-54-1.en_EN
dc.descriptionReferinţe bibliografice: p. 376 (3 titl.). JEL Classification: D83, J13.en_EN
dc.description.abstractOne of the most vulnerable categories of the population is children, because they are dependent on the support of adults to ensure their growth, protection and education. In an even more disadvantaged situation are children in difficulty, who for some reason can not receive this support from parents or guardians. Often, these children, due to their material situation or specific physical and mental needs, need education in special education institutions. The efforts of the state authorities of the Republic of Moldova to deinstitutionalize these children have led to a number of changes in this sector of institutions. Insufficient treatment of this subject in the specialized literature requires special research. Therefore, in this article we will analyze the main developments regarding educational institutions for children in difficulty in the last two decades in the Republic of Moldova.en_EN
dc.subjectspecial educationen_EN
dc.subjectRepublic of Moldovaen_EN
dc.subjectinstituții de învățământen_EN
dc.subjectinstituții de învățământen_EN
dc.subjectRepublica Moldovaen_EN
dc.subjectcategorie vulnerabilăen_EN
dc.titleCâteva tendințe în evoluția instituțiilor de învătământ pentru copiii aflați în dificultate în Republica Moldovaen_EN
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