Organizational and Legal Principles of Ensuring Academic Autonomy of Higher Educational Institutions
The objective of the article is to determine the content and specific features of organizational and legal principles for ensuring the academic autonomy of higher educational institutions. In order to achieve this objective, the authors used the following methods of scientific cognition: dialectical, formal and legal, bibliographic.
Problematic issues that are directly related to the implementation of legal norms for ensuring academic autonomy of higher educational institutions have been studied. The authors have formed own definitions of such concepts as “academic autonomy of educational institutions”, “organizational provision of academic autonomy” and “legal provision of academic autonomy”. Historical stages of formation and development of academic autonomy have been considered. Foreign and international norms regarding the observance of academic freedom and honesty in the most developed democratic countries of the world have been characterized. Suggestions for improving academic mobility, academic autonomy and academic freedom both in Ukraine and in the world have been provided.
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