Comparison of Educational Development Trends in Ukraine and the World


  • Anatolii Maksymenko Doctor of Science in Pedagogy, Full Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific and Pedagogical Work and Infrastructure Development,Kyiv National Linguistic University
  • Olena Otych Doctor of Science in Pedagogy, Full Professor, Chief Researcher of the Department of Interaction of Higher Education and Labor Market of the Institute of Higher Education, National Academy of Educational Science of Ukraine
  • Valerii Polishchuk Doctor of Science in Psychology, Full Professor of the Institute for Social and Political Psychology, National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
  • Yurii Skyba DSc in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Deputy Director for Research, Institute of Higher Education, National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
  • Nataliia Savchenko Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Special Education, Department of Pedagogy and Special Education, Faculty of Pedagogy, Psychology and Arts, Volodymyr Vynnychenko Central Ukrainian State University
  • Tetiana Okushko PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Researcher, Head of Laboratory of Moral, Civil and Intercultural Education of the Institute of Problems of Education,National Academy of Education Science of Ukraine



Education reform, human-intensive sphere of life, demographics of educational institutions, scientific knowledge, investment in education, trends in the development of education in the 21st century


The article examines the trends in the development of the educational system in recent years in Ukraine and the world in the context of neuropedagogy. Particular attention is paid to the factors that have influenced the strengthening of the role of education in the world, in particular, the strengthening of the state's interest in financing education. The article updates the inextricable connection between the country's economy and the level and quality of education. The author points out the advantages of education support systems in some advanced countries of the world, which can be used as a model experience for domestic educational reform, in particular due to the use of neuropedagogy. The most important trends in the development of education in the world educational space are analyzed. The author notes that the quarter-century experience of the 21st century civilization determines a number of trends according to which it should develop in the future. Among them, for example, the transition of most nations and cultures to market relations is leading in the economy; in politics - to democracy; in social communication - to tolerance; in the general organization of life activities - to an open society and models of sustainable human development, etc. Because education (and science), which prepares a person for independent life, shapes his view on the future development of civilization.


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How to Cite

Maksymenko, A., Otych, O., Polishchuk, V., Skyba, Y., Savchenko, N., & Okushko, T. (2024). Comparison of Educational Development Trends in Ukraine and the World. BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 15(1), 149-165.

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