Borys Chyzhevskyi


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Abstract. A current problem in the world and Ukraine is the reconsideration of the methodological principles of democratic management of an educational institution. The article describes the results of the study of such principles by defining theoretical approaches and management practices at the level of educational institution, district, national and legislative. General scientific methods of research such as analysis, comparison, synthesis, induction, deduction are used in the article. The methodological foundations of democratic management of the educational institution, regardless of subordination, type and form of ownership, are analyzed. The philosophical essence and the depth of meaning of the concept «principles of democratic management of the educational institution» are determined. The purpose of the article is to highlight the philosophical studies of the management of the educational institution and to outline methodological approaches to defining key parameters of democratic management of the educational institution. The main problem is to find out the impact of the relationship and interaction between the state, society and the individual on the democratic nature of the educational system and to ensure the optimal coexistence of man and nature. The range of interpretations of the methodological bases of democratic management of the educational institution is identified. Emphasis is laid on the priority of its activities and stable development on a democratic basis. The regularities of the formation of methodological bases of democratic management of educational institutions are determined. Particular attention is paid to the importance of democratic management of educational institutions for the individual, society and the state.
Keywords: philosophy, philosophy of education, methodology, pedagogy, principles, democracy, educational institution.
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