Development of Ukrainian education and science in the context of global challenges and military aggression: results, problems, prospects

Keywords: education, science, Ukraine, Russian-Ukrainian war, ways of development.

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to analyze the state of Ukrainian education and science in the conditions of global challenges and military aggression. General scientific and special scientific research methods were used. In the results, the current state of education and science in Ukraine was investigated, the main post-truth challenges in the conditions of globalization and Russian military aggression were described, the problems and mechanisms for overcoming were determined in the analyzed fields. The conclusions note that the main way to overcome the crisis is the integration of the Ukrainian model of education and science into the European space.

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Author Biographies

Anastasiia Kuzmenko, Dnipro state medical university, Ukraine.

PhD, Docent International faculty, Dnipro state medical university  Language training and Humanitarian sciences department Volodymyra Vernadskoho, Dnipro, Ukraine.

Liudmyla Matviienko, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Ukraine.

Candidate of Sciences in History, Associate Professor of the Department of Social and Humanitarian Sciences, Educational and Research Institute of Humanities, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Ukraine.

Lyudmyla Kanova, Korolov Zhytomyr Military Institute, Ukraine.

Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor,  Professor of Department of Foreign Languages, Korolov Zhytomyr Military Institute, Ukraine.

Maryna Burenko, "Khortytsk National Educational and Rehabilitation Academy", Ukraine.

Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Docent Department of physical therapy, occupational therapy and physical culture and sports, Faculty of rehabilitation pedagogy and social work, Municipal institution of higher education "Khortytsk National Educational and Rehabilitation Academy" of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Council, Ukraine.

Roksolyana Bukliv, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine.

Candidate of technical Sciences, Docent, Associate Professor Department of Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Substances, Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technologies, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine.

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Published
2022-11-30
How to Cite
Kuzmenko, A., Matviienko, L., Kanova, L., Burenko, M., & Bukliv, R. (2022). Development of Ukrainian education and science in the context of global challenges and military aggression: results, problems, prospects. Amazonia Investiga, 11(58), 177-185. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2022.58.10.19
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