Zróżnicowanie struktury wykształcenia ludności miast w Polsce
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Differentiation in structure of education of town population in Poland
Science plays particular role in our days. In contemporary world science became one of the basic factors of social and economic development. The constantly increasing demand on different information makes a necessity of maintainance of adequate social and economic changes. It also creates a necessity of adujstment to these changes working in other regions. Transformation and unification of such information is the result of scientific activity and a social demand on graduate of a different specialities and different level of education. Towns, chiefly the big towns are the nodes of information diffusion, intensification of this diffusion. At the same time the towns are the centres of graduate of a different specialities. The author affirms that correlation between urbanization development and education level of economically active exists. Examination of the so formed phenomena is extremely interesting, mostly because of a cognitive point of view. Such examination is still rare and mostly casual in Polish geography. The paper presents an analysis of education level of economically active population in different size of the town. An evident correlation between town size and increased share of workers with high and average professional education (the bigger town the greater share of workers with high and average professional education) has been claimed. On the other hand no evident correlation has been claimed between the size of the town and a share of workers with the other degree of education. The author suggests the research enlargement taking into consideration the other features (functional type of the towns, situation of the town in different regions) aimed at explanation of existing limitations and to answer the following questions: 1. Is the present system of the structural education profitable as regards realisation of definite social and economic tasks? 2. What sort of education structure in individual and a functional size groups of the towns could be regarded as optimal? 3. What should be done to obtain optimal structure of education if the answer to the questions mentioned above is negative?