Education for safety – is it needed?
 
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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej w Józefowie
Publication date: 2015-09-30
 
JoMS 2015;26(3):87–99
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Th is article compares the teaching curricula and expectations of young people with respect to the matters of security and safety.. Even the traditional educational institutions (mainly public sphere) must adapt to these expectations in order to compete for the better prepared candidates for further study to survive in the market of educational services. Creating new faculties, diff erent profi les (including the so-called military ones) is a response to the changing needs and search for interesting, satisfying young people’s interest. Th e beginnings of education in these classes (profi les) took place in the time when the school curriculum included the subject of adoption of defense. Currently, the program of the education for safety has been drastically reduced. Th is is why, it is more important to create places where young people can develop their interest in the area of defense and patriotism, especially in the time of extensive external threats.
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