Talk:Timo Airaksinen (University of Helsinki, Finland) - I. Policy, 2

From Human Education in the 3rd Millennium

(Q: Should we emphasize the need to explicitly differentiate between vocational part and comprehensive general part of education? - A: Conceptually yes but practically absolutely not: everyone has an equal right to good all-round education.)

MK - I have to clarify, what was the meaning of my question: “Probably, in order to protect the comprehensive general part of education in its nature and rights, we have to specify, what the vocational part is. In this case, the requirements focused on specific professional competencies will not override the comprehensive general part of education