The quality of Legal Education of Citizens as a Factor of the Tax Security of Ukraine(Pages 236-242)
Liubov M. Kasianenko1 and Pavlo V. Kolomiiets2,*
1Department of Financial Law, University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, Irpin, Ukraine.
2Department of Entrepreneurship and Law, Poltava State Agrarian University, Poltava, Ukraine.
The statement of the problem of study is due to the results of the monitoring of the quality of the provision of educational services in the field of tax education to Ukrainian citizens. The relevance of the problem under study are related to accepted recognition that the directions of education development in Ukraine did not have a sufficiently systemic and comprehensive nature, and therefore did not contribute to the formation of an integral state policy in the field of education. The purpose of this article is to highlight some educational problems, as well as provide recommendations for improving the quality of legal education in Ukraine in order to improve its tax security. In order to study the field of legal education in Ukraine, the following scientific methods were applied: dialectical, historical, formal and legal, axiological, hermeneutic. As a result, the following problems have been identified in legal education in Ukraine: absence of unified standards, unnecessary disciplines in curriculum, insufficient practical basis of education, need for highly qualified teaching staff, lack of orientation towards foreign practices, use of old techniques, insufficient number of teachers knowing foreign languages, need in new ways to present information, excessive quantity of law schools and estimation problem.
Education issues, financial safety, state, law, economic well-being, standard of living.
H20, H75, I20.
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Liubov M. Kasianenko and Pavlo V. Kolomiiets. The quality of Legal Education of Citizens as a Factor of the Tax Security of Ukraine. [ref]: vol.20.2022. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol20-a28/
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