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한국 교육이 경제 발전에 끼친 영향에 관한 피피티 (영어 발표)

저작시기 2014.06 |등록일 2014.11.25 파워포인트파일MS 파워포인트 (pptx) | 13페이지 | 가격 1,000원

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In many poor countries, many people are robbed of their education because they cannot live a single day without working on a farm or in factories. The same goes for their children because it is more beneficial for children to work instead of getting an education. This story was the case for Korea in the 1950’s. After the Korean War, basic infrastructure of the Korean economy was destroyed. Many people considered Korea a hopeless country and that it would never be able to achieve economic growth. However, Korea rose to become one of the most developed countries today. Many economists gazed in awe as this happened and they tried to determine the direct cause of this growth. One of the factors that led to this marvelous growth was the successful implementation of education polices. An analysis of education policies in Korea, when it was a poor country, would give insight to what must be done in poor countries that are not seeing economic development.

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1. Education in the book “Poor Economics”
a. Supply and Demand Argument of Education

2. Analysis of the Korean Education Policies
a. Compulsory Education and Enrollment Rates
b. Female Participation in Education
c. Literacy Rate

3. The Book’s Success and Failure

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Analysis of the Korean Education Policies

Compulsory Primary Education Policy
Enrollment rate was higher than many countries
65% of education budget was spent on primary education
Other developing countries
invested more in secondary and higher education

Korean Government Actions to Increase Literacy
Reeducation of adults who were educated during the colonization period
Installing schools in factories and prisons


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