The Impact of the European Funds Over Human Resource From Romanian Pre-university Schooling

  • Luminița-Claudia Corbu Stefan cel Mare University, Suceava, Romania
  • Cristian-Valentin Hapenciuc Stefan cel Mare University, Suceava, Romania
  • Angelica Nicoleta Cozorici Stefan cel Mare University, Suceava, Romania
Keywords: human resourse, European funds, education, pre-university school, absenteeism


The aim of this paper I had was that such training courses are not publicized and not all the teachers know them. This matter confines some schools and does not access European funds because they do not have the proper trained teachers. That is why, throughout the research, I encountered prestigious high schools from Suceava which did not implement such programs and do not know their benefits. I think that the implementation of such programs leads to increasing the rate of graduation,   to reducing   school   abandonment,   to   lowering  the   absenteeism.   All   these problems from the Romanian educational system might be eliminated and our country wouldn’t be at the bottom of the list, amongst the European countries. The objectives of 2020 Strategy wish to eliminate or at least reduce these problems that can be found, more or less, in almost every European country. The education section from Romania is used by the government’s strategy so as to full fit the objectives of Europe 2020. Almost every UE objective   concentrates   on   improving   the   education   sector,   because   of   its   impact   on economic growth by employment, on the relevant abilities development and personal development. If present estimations prove to be right, the number of the students will significantly decrease and it will result in the need of an educational reform quality, efficiency, equity and relevance.


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How to Cite
Corbu, L.-C., Hapenciuc, C.-V., & Cozorici, A. N. (2020). The Impact of the European Funds Over Human Resource From Romanian Pre-university Schooling. LUMEN Proceedings, 13, 46-56.