The reforms of the chronically corrupt and inefficient education sector in Ukraine are wrongly only the focus of language policy debates. After all, the future of the Ukrainian state and all the reform projects associated with it hinge on the question of when and whether the country will succeed in decisively increasing the level of professionalisation of its human capital. However, the reform approaches so far, especially in higher education, have not proved radical enough, mainly in relation to the political economy of the sector. The political context, on the other hand, prevents a stronger strategic orientation of education policy.
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