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Nastava i vaspitanje
2014, vol. 63, iss. 4, pp. 733-746
article language: English
document type: Review Paper

Striving for better education: What can we learn from arts
Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism, Vrnjačka Banja, University of Kragujevac

e-mail: smiljkais@gmail.com

Project

Advancing public policy in Serbia as a function of improving citizen's social safety and attaining sustainable economic growth (MESTD - 47004)

Abstract

Education should be the most important production factor in the society. This view should be a key factor in understanding the future role of higher education, especially the university as an institution, as a symbol of carriers of ideas, but also as a repository of spiritual, intellectual and social factors for the development of the society as a whole. In the new global times, the so-called 'impractical' subjects and areas are disappearing in favor of the 'practical' ones. The entire body of social science and art disciplines is jeopardized. The importance of art as the universal means of communication at the global level appears as a new/old idea, and so does the importance of music in building the cultural and social structures of the community. The traditional university system is changing, and the arts are the most flexible in their ability to change, both themselves and the world around them. In order to improve the university as a system, we must ask ourselves what education can learn from art.

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