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Similarly, the limited provision of adult education and retraining programs requires urgent attention, given the growing pool of displaced workers, many of whom are long-term unemployed. Page 2 On the financing side, despite severe fiscal crises, governments have protected or increased funds for education as a share of GDP. However, increased spending has not led to increased efficiency, or improvements in the quality of education. Inefficient resource allocation, including overstaffing of teachers, duplication of courses and schools, and underuse of facilities limit the ability of education systems to adapt to market conditions.
Many of these workers participated in vocational and technical education programs, and were prepared to work in industries which have been significantly restructured. Large numbers of displaced workers have exited the labor force through disability or early retirement programs. Under the Page 17 socialist system, career changes were discouraged and extremely rare. As a result the CEE countries lack programs for adult education and retraining to address the skill deficiencies of displaced workers.
Trends in education access and financing during the transition in Central and Eastern Europe, Volumes 23-361 by Bruno Laporte, Dena Ringold