• Abstract

    The academic paper is devoted to studying the methods of assessing the quality of education and the role of standardization in this process. Particular attention is paid to the mechanisms for improving the effectiveness of educational programs in the modern educational environment. The paper considers the importance of standardization as a tool for improving curricula and identifies key mechanisms aimed at improving the efficiency of the educational process. The research findings can be useful for governing bodies, higher educational institutions, teachers and researchers, contributing to the improvement of the education system and ensuring its high quality. The authors explore innovative approaches and strategies that can be applied to optimize the training process, ensuring more efficient use of educational resources and improving the quality of students’ knowledge. The vector model for analyzing the text of educational programs for compliance with the standard of higher education for a particular specialty is presented. Using the static and variation analysis, the reliability of the data obtained has been established. The research results can be useful for practicing teachers, administrators and policy makers in the field of education seeking to improve the effectiveness of educational programs and guarantee a high standard of education.

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Motuz, T., Dynovych, A., Babelchuk, O., Bykasova, S., & Gulevets, D. (2024). Examination of methods for assessing educational quality, the role of standardisation, and mechanisms for enhancing educational programme efficiency. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7, 2024spe011. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024spe011
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