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|Title:||The Need of Curricula Innovation and Development for a Feasible Model Leading to Peaceful Shift Between Intermediate and High Education in Mozambique – A Critical Analysis|
|Abstract:||One of the phenomena that used to be troublesome in the country for the last years, are the difficulties that students find at the transition from the intermediate education to the high education and, naturally, to the labour market. There are several presuppositions pointing to the weaknesses of the previous education systems, namely, the primary education, the basic education and the intermediate education. The consequence is a poor quality of students at the Universities. Some authors go further saying that the situation is worsened by the existence of diversity and mismatch of the curricula the failure of permanent update of the curricula including the National Education System itself. In a period that the modifications of science and technology are faster than ever, this study is intended to: i) perform a curricula analysis available now in the National Education System; analyse the Laws and supplements and their correlation then; ii) discuss the training quality of the students trained by the basic and intermediate subsystems of education and their transition to the high Education plus the investigation unity as well as the labour market and iii) to challenge the education to a new model based on a curricula modification in different subsystems of Education linking their interdependence with much emphasis on the quality in order to fit nowadays reality, which is the characteristic of a globalized society.|
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